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Full text of "Elchanette (Brooklyn, New York, N.Y.), 1969"

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Shaded fragments of see-through 

glass 

Now reflect to me my past 

Why do I cry? 

Why do I laugh? 

Till when to live? 

And now I take a look at me 

And now I stare 

Who is that there? 

My image shallow on a pane 

Here today, tomorrow's change 

will alter heart, 

will dress up soul 

Till then a naked body in 

my dreams 

Will stand alone. 

A darkened sky reflects my face 
I see myself across the room 
Three visions of a present day 
Three pieces of a shattered glass 
One memory from a laying past 
My future waiting steady fast 
My present now at hand. 

Reflections of the childhood days 

Reflections of the mother's ways 

Reflections of the sick and aged 

Reflections of our lives 

Reflections 

Reflections Dassa Gerber 

Reflections Editor-in-Chief 



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Her eyes were like a mirror, 
; Reflecting the world as it appeared to her. 
A world of wars, 
A world of uncertainty , 
A world of hardship, and disappointments. 
Yet, above all, a world of faith, 
A world full of hope, hope for something much better yet to come. 



Through her eyes, life was no illusion. 

The world was real, and a wonderful place to be in. 

It was a world of beauty, 

A world of happiness, 

A world where man, through his advanced technology. 

Could conquer the unknown. 

Could reach the stars. 

Could make a heaven of life here on earth. 

As we sat side by side, and gazed up at the sky. 

Through her eyes I saw the beauty of nature 

And the greatness ofG-d who created it all. 

Hand in hand, we ran in the wind 

Till we dropped down on the grass, tired, yet oh so happ\ 

Then I took her head in my lap 

And I saw in her eyes the peace and tranquility 

That had become a part of our lives. 




That years piled wisdom on 
Heads of its youth. 
That men never faded from 
Shadows of truth. 

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Yes, her eyes were like a mirror, 

A clear, bright mirror, reflecting, and never distorting. 

Oh no, never distorting. 

ut hiding. 
Hiding from me her terrible secret 
The secret of her illness. 
Of her impending death. 
And now, the mirror shines no more. 
I must look at the world through my own eyes. 
But it is not the same life. 
Not the same world. 
She would not have wished it so, but. 
The real is not real anymore. 
It is too sad, too horrible to be real. 
It must be a dream. 

It must be an illusion of my unhappy mind. 
It can't be real. 
It can't be. 

Sharon Goodman 




Pen in hand 
Thoughts in mind 
Lost 

^S£s Decibals of sound 
\X§ Resounding in my throat. 
Words I seek to utter 
Hidden from the world. 

Isn 't it a pity 

The world will never know 
Of my brilliance, my wit. 
The depth of my thoughts. 

Now people will never 
Envision my actions. 
Accept my ideas. 
Understand the person I am. 

They will read of my hopes. 
"5-^ Share my dreams. 
And, with me. 

Mourn for the person I never was. 
Rose Pack 



The winds of turmoil blowing 
The fire of evil glowing 
, The endless trek of life 
. /// . Finds no salvation from inward strife. 

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The lack of a present forgiving 
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Softened is the present world of imperfections 

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r and swords flash in the dark night 
Their escaping sparks, blinding wary eyes 
As the gallant knights heroically fight 
In life's foggy battlefield. Loud, numerous cries 
Echo as peals of thunder deafen every ear. 
Suddenly, a deep stillness swoops down 
As the two warring armies. Past and Future draw near . . . 
Each hoping to be the victor in the first round. 
Each hoping to conquer the other's realm, 
Each hoping to solve life's difficult riddle. 
After a fierce battle. Future received scars, and to our whelm, 
He escaped from life's weary road and fled in the middle. 
Raving, panting and moaning. He sought refuge 
In a tall, 13-story building, not far from the field . . . 
His glaring opponent at his heels, feared 

him not and entered the huge 
Edifice, and thought, "I shall yet make him yield f" 
He climbed the stairs in hot pursuit, but soon. 
His vision was blurred! He swore and raved! 
The winding steps — could they have made him swoon? 
He, who, but a moment before, had been so brave. 
After climbing for hours, that 

seemed like man y a year, 
He thought he had reached 

the very top floor. 
But 'twas only the eighth . . . 

' Twos truly queer. 
That at every step he took, 

the next seemed to say: 

"There are yet many, 

many more!" 





He slopped for a moment to 

take a short rest. 
His panting echoed his rapid heartbeat . . . 
"I cannot climb further! I 

must fail in my quest!" 
O! Coward! Dare you accept this defeat?! 
Higher and higher he climbed. Suddenly, he saw 
a gold key. lying carelessly on 

the 12lh floor on a stair. 
As he read its inscription, he was filled with awe 
Every feature of his face expressed doubt, dread, and fear: 
For this was the very key that opened Future's door! 
What saith the inscription? This I must conceal 
It must remain a secret, for when we will explore 
The wide world, its inscription will be revealed. 
Life is truly, a weary, twisted road— 



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A riddle whose solution we must ponder over. 
We must decipher its strange code, 
And sail on its vast shores— we, life's voyagers. 
We must overcome every obstacle and cross every bridge. 
? must forget life's shortcomings, and see only its splendors— 
For what is life, if not our "college" 
Which we will "graduate" and earn some honors! 
Were not our lives like a 13-story building? 
How many flights of stairs needed we to climb? 
How many painful years flew by— till at last . . . 
We finally reached the 8th floor — when time 
Left us a monument of 8 school-years that had passed. 
How many wishes made over birthday cakes 
Became empty words after leaving their source? 
When did we finally learn- 
after so many mistakes. 
That our blunders extended far 
beyond their expected course? 
How many colorful bubbles did we blow. 
How many castles in the 
air dared we create. 
Until our bubbles burst 
{how, I do not know), 
And our castles shared their tragic fate . . . 
Yet, how sturdy are the 
bricks of this building so huge. 
After 4 stories were added; 
the edifice, no longer small; 
These were our 4 high- 
school years that 
have given fortitude 
To our building of life, 
built with sweat and toil! 
I ask again — how many 
stairs needed we to climb 
To get to where 
we are today? 
Yet, how many more 
steps must we climb 
Until we reach the top— yea, 
the top and very last? 



Nobody, but Future can say, 

For Future is hidden 

On the 13th floor! 



by Shyndel Freiberg 






PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR 
Shelly Kurzmann 



ENGLISH EDITOR 
Rose Pack 



LITERARY EDITOR 
Ora Posen 




TECHNICAL EDITOR 
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TECHNICAL EDITOR 

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"Look at me! 

Look at me now!' 1 said the cat. 

"With a cup and a cake 

On the top of my hat! 

I can hold up TWO books! 

I can hold up the fish! 

And a little toy ship! 

And some milk on a dish! 

And look! 

I can hop up and down on the ball! 

But that is not all! 

Oh, no. 

That is not all . . . 




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USIC: Mr. Grossman 
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PHYS. ED.: Mrs. Lieberman 
PHYSICS: Mr. Tarendash 
HOME ECONOMICS: Mrs. Dessau 
SECRETARY: Mrs. Rosner 



STEN: Mrs. Beck 
JEWISH ETHICS: Dr. Jofen 
ARTS & CRAFTS: Mrs. Abrams 
JEWISH MUSIC: Velvel Pasternak 




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Hidden by the effusive light behind. 

Visible only in the darkness ahead . 




I don't know exactly how I felt when I was a fresh- 
man. I guess I was sort of scared. Not so much of 
teachers and new friends and a new school, but just 
not knowing what was going to happen next. Fulda. 
Orientation. The first day. Confusion. No lockers. 
Going to the third floor instead of the second. (I 
still do). Trying to get a seat near your friends. 
Didn't matter. You were seated alphabetically, 
anyway. Except in Doc's class. It came in pretty 
handy for tests . . . Tests. Opportunities. Teacher's 
definition of good behavior. Most of us wouldn't 
admit it now but we were really scared of some of 
them . . . The first freshman class in the new 
building— us. it seemed we were the worst class 
any teacher had, or so they said. The Blackout. 
Stuck on a train. The transit strike. Hitching to 
school. History being made. 

Impressions. Rolling down the skirts for Dardac. 
Rolling them up for Elbaz. I remember going to 
N.B.C. I came home at 9. Forgot to call my 
mother. She nearly killed me. Freshmen trying out 
for everything. Not making anything. Except if you 
had pull. Everything is so big and you're so small. 
But, if you're lucky, every once in a while, your 






big sister might ask you how you're doing. "O.K., 
I guess". It seemed I was always bogged down with 
homework. Always some test waiting around the 
bend. In the middle of the year you decided it was 
time to get to know the girl who sat next to you. 
And like all freshman weekends, ours took place 
in Boro Park. We really had nothing much 
planned. But, we had a good time, anyway. Satur- 
day night, being good religious girls we ended up in 
shul (with a minyon). Othello. Shakespeare. The 
World's Fair. Pavilions. Aching feet. 

It seemed awfully hard to get past the freshman 
year but somehow all of the teachers made it. 




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Sophs. The upper half of the under classmen. Having someone lo 
look down on. You know what's going on although you're not al- 
ways a part of it. But you manage lo gel on some of the Clubs. Eng- 
lish Chagim, Hebrew Chagim. This is the year you're a Mule less 
scared of teachers and they're a little more scared of you. Changing 
of the gods. Fulda'soul -Kamber's in. We advanced from letters lo 
numbers. "The curfew lolls the knell of parting day." We come in 
second place in the Competitive Assembly play, but we win Ihe Alma 
Mater. We must be doing something right. We lake our NEDT's. 
the first lasle of college boards . . . Hyde park. We sang all the way 

there and all the way back . . . Jakie's final. Red, yellow and are 

primary colors. Blue is a— color. We remember when Kalish 
kicked us oul and we didn't want lo go so we all got in trouble. Who 
has lunch 7th period, anyway? The soph weekend was really great. 
We sang lill we were hoarse. Danced UN our feet ached. Banged on 
the tables unlil our hands hurl. We even pul on a Mule skit thai was 
sort of silly you couldn't help bul laugh. II was just that kind of a 
mood . . . Purim. Camelot. Waiting till a soph comes on— and 
cheering. S-O-P-H-O-M-O-R-E. We really had a lot of spirit. At 
assemblies we always sang the loudest. A-S-M-W. All Sophs Must 
Win. Silver's class was really a riot. Now "jisl" a minute; we got a 
lot of things done. This is the class that will go down in history. Can 
you imagine really liking a teacher'.' But we all did . . . Regents. 
Zcva. Spin. Cramming. Worrying yourself sick. Freshman Year- 
No regents. Sophomores The Big Four: Math, History, Bio, He- 
brew. 

The school is pretty much the same. The walls may be a different 
color. The school still gels Hooded every lime it rains. And we still 
have our beautiful lawn that's olT limits. We sometimes have our 
gym sessions outside now and there's a rumor going around that the 
boys mighl move in. This was the year that the A class got a little 
bit braver: Parshal Hashavuah "Vayezeh". The B class got a little 
bit bored, the C class got a little bit smarter and the D class disap- 
peared. The changing of the guards Mesch leaves. Enter Rosner. 
Enter Charnie. Enter admits. Enter headaches. Enter oral book 
reports. Enter Lewin . . . Jakie and Grossman are still the same bul 
we're used lo litem now. Lieberman. First aid cards. Not deserving 
them. Knowing we could never honestly use them . . . We brought 
in some old slull" we had lying around the house and auctioned it 
off. Il was crazy bul it was fun . . . Not liking Ihe way things are 
and doing something about it. Like Ihe day the price of sandwiches 
went up and we sold our own. 

■ You think you've got problems and then something happens outside 
of school and you realize you're not so bad off . . . ISRAEL. The 
six day war. They fought in Israel. We fought in Washington. The 
whole school went in the middle of finals. I guess we get pushed 
around a lot. This lime we foughl back. It's things like this thai 
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Being a junior is being miserable, but you have to go and 
suffer a little when you want to get something. Just a 
little more time and we'll reach that peak. So it's all 
worth it and we wouldn't have missed it for the world. 
There was so much we had to go through . . . French re- 
gents. It's hard to believe that we knew as much French 
when we came out as we did when we started the course. 
Marshal was right. We spoke French like Spanish cows 
and knew even less. 

Spanish regents. Across the Pyrenees we have the Span- 
ish students. But, we can't discuss them because it's a 
very "touchy" subject for Mr. Fohr. 

Third year Math regents. Spin, Paley. Kaufman. They 
all helped us along a little. So did the girl sitting next to 
you. 

And there was Sten. We heard stories and stories and 
more stories. Mrs. Beck. Her attempts at grooming us 
to be charming young ladies failed, but don't worry girls 
—we're all potential Queen Esthers. This was the 
course that taught us all about continuity, angularity, 
and readability. Show us a girl who can do all three and 
we'll show you a chem student. 

Chemistry. The elective that not too many of us wanted 
to "experiment" with. There must have been something 
to that course, though, when an entire class comes out of 
regents with marks like those. Or was it the course. We 
love you, Mr. Cheney. 

But we remember the good things, too. 

Mr. Kaufman was the host with the most— gave us par- 
ties all term long. Then there was the day he helped stop 
the rumble outside in the street. Our hero. Now, don't 
get us wrong. He did teach us some math. 

Mr. Hoffman. We had a brief encounter with him and 
then he got sick on us. And so we were introduced to 
Mr. Lubetsky. And Mr. Lubetsky's voice. Man— could 
his voice carry. In the little time we spent with him we 
had a test, and one of us had the opportunity to visit 
with our dear principal. Yes, we remember Mr. Lubet- 
sky. We were glad we didn't have to live with him. Well, 
most of us that is. 

"Jest" a minute! Best of all we remember Miss Silver. 
Zero hour. It's funny but you felt pretty bad when you 
didn't get one. 

Congratulations to our 44 year-old English teacher on 
the occasion of his parents' 43 rd wedding anniversary. 
Our junior weekend. "Our junior weekend?" Our junior 
weekend was going to be in Seagate but somehow the 
idea got all washed up. 

We won again. This time it was our competitive assem- 
bly and our victory was understandable. That's more 
than we can say for the play. 

We saw history being made. Twice we experienced 
brutal assassinations of two great men. RFK and Martin 
Luther King. Each time a widow was left to care for a 
fatherless family. And each time we felt their sorrow. 
It hurt us, too. We went through a lot that year, and 
realized that we must be growing up. And we were. 
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It's impossible lo explain a Senior. How 
can we say wild and wonderful. 103 all 
difTerenl and all Ihe same. How can we 
explain laughter and friendship, exctle- 
menl and boredom, when we ourselves 
don'i understand it. We want this to be 
as perfect as the year itself. How can 



Ask any of us what we're looking for- 
ward to and you'll gel the same answer 
—June 22. Ask us the greatest time or 
the worst and you'll get 309 different 
replies. How does it feel? The answers 
vary. Each one is different. This year is 



difTerenl. Suddenly we are They. We 
are leaders. We are the G.O. We arc 
heads of Arista, Bookroom, Cheer- 
leading, Choir. Sherul, Bikur Cholim, 
and any other club Central might have. 
Official or not. We are the Yearbook 
and the Co-op. We are the fearless who 
are frightened by the future. We are 
the subject of the cliche that's what 
they say. 

We can tell teachers what wc feel. We 
can sing "Who are we, mighty line". 
And we smile, for we know it's true. We 
are the first dismissed from assemblies 
(not the first out, just the first dis- 
missed). We cut classes. Wc have cour- 
age. We are Mr. Spin's crap-shooting 
class. VVe have achieved the impossible 
and understood Mr. Kambcr. 

Suddenly il has become very important 
lo contribute, to be pari of, lo partici- 
pate. It is ihe last chance. New friends 
arc made in a rush. The year is speeding 
by. It is now important lo let ihe girl 
who has been silling next to you for 
four years, know lhal she's been great. 
We are ihe ones writing compositions 
aboul the future. For most it's scary. 

There are days when school spirit runs 
high and days when no one gives a darn. 
It can depend on the temperature in Mr. 
Hoffman's room, or ihe rain falling, 
or the sudden realization lhal we are 
graduating. They told us we had sen- 
ioritis when we were Juniors. And it's 
true. One year hasn't made lhal much 
of a difference. Bui when we reflect . . . 
Our freshman year seems millions of 
miles away. Did we meet jusi ihen? 
Why we've known each other all our 
lives. At first we stood in groups. It's 
much different now. We are the group. 
Can you just imagine? 

Tuna fish sandwiches, one frog, iwo 
eyes in Ihe puddle; an underground 
haven: hubbub and hullabaloo, dark 
and dingy —still, it's ours (and Rabbi 
Rubel's). Lunchlime is a very special 
time. It's escape. It's the first time 
you've smiled since yesterday after- 
noon. Of course there was ihe day 
Yarmish struck —which caused his 
strike. So they all went hungry, bul we 
didn't care. And the singing - who can 



explain that? No, we're not copying 
homework or memorizing French 
poems. We've passed that stage. We've 
grown up . . . Inexp!ainably,lhe waler- 
guns came. From behind a pole, from 
under a table— ROW— you're dripping 
wet . . . Only a senior. 

For only a senior come Scholarships 
and College Boards. And we were 
caught unaware. They were real this 
time, and we were frightened. If only 
they had asked abate, abash, abettor 
. . . Tor those we were prepared. But 
we're never prepared for Mr. Hoffman. 
The dark, brooding eyes roaming over 
the alphabetical list. Quiet. Each girl 
silently praying, wailing for the mysteri- 
ous power to deliver her from a fate 
worse than death. Finally— Fishinhoff, 
come here and mess up the Chumash. 
And she does. So do we all. Only a sen- 
ior. Who else but a senior could truth- 
fully say, "I'll have to think about 
that", when asked if she'd rather pass 
or fail. Who but a senior could come 
right out and tell Mrs. Gottlieb what 
she really thinks: or tell Rabbi Rubel 
(hat we do have our own sacred cow; or 
laugh with Dr. Bohensky and his jokes. 
We laugh with Rabbi Rosenmund, loo. 
"Addition and abstraction— no, no— I 
mean multiplication". Only someone 
who didn't really know him could think 
he was a devil. It's likeihe said — "| 
have no horns; 1 don't even have hair". 
And anyway, with his heart . . . 

March 19 was the day we were lilted 
for caps and gowns. It was a funny time 
and a sad lime all mixed together. It 
was the closest thing to the real thing. 
We found out how tail we had grown 
and how our heads had swelled since 
freshman year. We all laughed a lot 
and said we couldn't wait and didn't 
care. But we did and do. 

Oh, and we forgot to tell you. There 
was Bonche Shtok . . . Senior hats and 
Big Sister . . . Steve Herbsman engaged 
to 103 and Judy engaged lo no one at 
all . . . Mysterious bells which didn't 
sound quile right ... Dr. Joffen . . . 
There were boy problems and boy joys 
. . . "And laughter in the wind that 
blows through autumn leaves" sung 



over and over again . . . Wolfish finally 
straightened out . . . Kaufman stayed 
as great as ever ... A senior friend . . . 
Arista's Pur-ln, Physics and a dramatic 
Gottlieb book report. There were free 
periods and sehmooz sessions, no 
homework and shining eyes. 
And even now all this is in the past. It 
is no more. Every speech tells you that 
graduation is a beginning. But when 
you look around you know it's really an 
end. Forever gone is a beautiful part of 
our lives. You stretch out your hand to 
call it back; to once more feel the 
warmth - and it's gone. You smile at a 
friend as if to say: Thanks for the 
memories. You shed a tear for some- 
thing that was very special. Never lo be 
captured again. 



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Smoothed by the west wind which carries me 
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Judy Bergstien 

Elchanelte's creative art-editor . 
Talented in so many 
other fields as well . . . Dances 
her way through 
Central as well as in 
Carnegie Hall . . . 
Dedicated to the ideals of 
Bnei-Akiva. . . Busy . . . 
Ready to use her talent 
for the benefit of others . . . 
Always does. 



Helene Alter 



Sugar and Spice 

and everything nice . . . 

A friend in need is a friend 

indeed . . . 

Up on the news as member of 

Current Events Club . . . 

Competent head of Bulletin Board . 

We like Helene 

the way she is . . . 

Wouldn't Alter a thing. 



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Tamar Blond 

Is it true blonds have more fun? 

This dazzling 

red head certainly does . . . 

Comments causing laughter . . . 

Known for her 

artistic Hebrew language . . . 

Yet always comes through with the 

highest marks . . . 

Blue eyes that sparkle 

with good humor . . . Someone who 

makes Central a better place 

to be. 



Judy Borger 

Laughter-constantly heard . . . 

Giving ample 

opportunity to display 

deep dimples . . . 

Beautiful cat's eyes 

which in no way 

reflect her personality . . . 

Patriotic... 

A true "Yankee" Doodle Dandy . 

Truly very nice. 



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And I'm glad they did! 




Rivka Brown 



Aurora Cassirer 



Our dream is Rifki's reality . . . 

Israel's gain is a 

Senior's loss . . . 

Sorely missed 

forwit and vibrance . . . 

Kind thoughts and actions . . . 

has a very 

special insight in dealing with 

studies and friends . . . 

Has left a gap. . . 

Left us with only one word . . . 

L'hilraot. 



Known for more than an unusual 

name and background . . . 

Qualities that endear . . . 

Respected for her knowledge . . . 

Has earned her position 

as Head of High School Bowl . . . 

Leads 

with usual good humor . . . 

Idealislically practical . . . 

Never left without 

the right answer. 



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Beth Cohen 

Ebony hair 
flashing eyes and 

ivory skin — 

what more could one girl ask for? 

Known by 

students and teachers alike . . . 

Problems never get her down . . . 

Knit-wit . . . 

Good humored and capable . . . 

Captivating smile of 

sweet success. 




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Deena Cohen 

An angelic face 

that tells the whole story . . . 

There's more to Deena 

than her pretty smile . . . 

Has quietly made herselfknown 

as someone sweet . . . 

Knows everything about everybody . 

Keeps her secrets well . . . 

People are naturally 

attracted to her. . . 

wears a wonderful halo. 



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Theodora Culang 


Robin Daiell 


Unusual name . . . 


Blithe spirit . . . 


Unusually nice . . . 


cute as a button . . . 


always keeps her cool . . . 


Happy go lucky . . . 


high minded . . . 


Late to all classes yet makes her 


fashion oriented . . . 


presence known . . . 


Diligent in every endeavor . . . 


Someone smart who quietly 


Yet never without a smile . . . 


reveals her knowledge . . . 


Slender silhouette . . . 


Blonde hair- 


"Knowledge comes 


framing expressive eyes . . . 


but wisdom lingers". 


an adorable face. 



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Speak no evil! 





Giselle Dershowitz 



Our all "American Chiz" . . . Succeeded 
in driving all the teachers crazy 
with her witticisms . . . Applbaum's 
John Greenleaf but "Whitlicr" . . . 
Rings on her fingers, and bells 
on her toes . . . 'Neath her 
humorous exterior lies a 
knowledgeable interior . . . 
wisdom is oft-times nearer when 
we stoop than when we soar . . . 
"ChiseT'ed her way into our 
hearts — and made her mark. 



Linda Davidowitz 



Cute and captivating . . . 
cheery and charming . . . 
a sure smile . . . 
Fashionably fined . . . 
Has her own special style . 
Tranquil . . . 
Reliable... 

Known as Lovely Linda . . 
Logically so. 



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Physical Fitness Program! 




Still waters run deep . . . 
Shy girl with a sharp mind . . - 
Avid Chem student . . . 
Achieved Glory Tor her 
ihoughlfulness . . . Her 
freckles lop her sweet 
personality . . . 

Qualities like hers are hard to 
find . . . She aims to please— 
and will always succeed 
in doing so. 



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Sushie Drillick 

Brains plus ability plus 
imagination plus enthusiasm . 
A smile that encompasses all . 
Someone more vibrant 
is hard to find . . . 
Beautiful clear eyes — 
a reflection of what is within . . 
The purity of a raindrop . . . 
The sparkle of a brook . . . 
We ask for her no more than 
life as beautiful as herself. 



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Barbara Egert 



Pleasing personality . . . Egged us 

on with friendly encouragement . 

Has quietly 

left her mark . . . 

Fought the cottage cheese battle— 

and lost ... All 

but her sense of humor . . , 

Most legible notes 

always in demand, 

as is Barbara herself. 



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Elkie Ehrenreich 








Elkie's smile enlivens any class . . . 


Prettily "Falls" in 


to fashion . . 


Large dark eyes . 




Peaches and cream complexion . . . 


A laugh that 




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The exuberance and spirit of 

youlh reflected in clear 

blue eyes ... A kaleidescope of 

colors and emotion . . . 

One to cheer every game . . . 

Well known and well liked , . . 

Known for deep thoughts . . . 

Liked for sparkling humor . . . 

The Bren who sparks the Flame . 

Daring debater who feits 

for her ideals . . . 

Brenda — a unique personality. 




Ruth Feldman 

Unique combination of beauty and 

brains . . . 

Interested in Phys(ics) Ed- 

Machanaim. basketball . . . 

Well in form(ed)-ice skater . . . 

Scholarly member of 

English High School Bowl Team . . . 

Concerned with '"technicalities 

as "editor" of Elchanelte . . . 

Increases the Tide as 

contributing editor . . . Having done 

this and more — 

Ruth's future is secure. 



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Etta Felman 

Rare compound of frolic and fun . 
Everybody's favorite . . . 
"Remark"able girl . . . Devotes 
spare time as member of 
BikurCholim . . . 
An en"chanl"ing voice helped her 
become head of Choir . . . 
Girl without whom the 
wouldn't be the news — 
as news editor of the Flame . . . 
Seceded from the Union (of South 
Africa) and we're glad she did! 



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Anna Finkelstein 

Blessed with happiness . . . 

An adorable miss with devilish 
charms that add life 
to any classroom . . . Penetrating 
green eyes that captivate . . . 
Creative Art Editor of the Tide . . . 
Her questions for High School Bowl 
never ceased to confound the team . . . 
Spreads sunshine and happiness, 
like a doll she is lovable. 



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The I get what I ask for award: to Mr. Lubetsky The Potential Queen Esther award: to Mrs. Beck 





Lucy Fixler 



A rare phenomenon . . . Understands 

people and still likes them . . . 

Non-stop laughter . . . 

Cute captain of Boosters with 

personality plus . . . 

Special spark . . . Featured Arista 

member . . . Never 

caught without a sunny smjle . . . 

Indescribably delicious . . . 

A friend who talks and listens . . . 

Wc love Lucy. 



Eva Finkelstein 

Eva rose from class treasurer 

to the treasure of our CO. . . . 

Full of vim and vitality . . . 

A giggle announces her coming . . . 

Eva(r) loving. . . 

Bouncy . . . 

Bubbling . . . 

Cute... 

Phrases her questions to drive 

teachers crazy . . , Somehow 

they love her anyway ... So do we. 




I try lobeyour friend— perhaps 1 am loo friendly. 

The I'll give you credit for that award: to Mr. Ressler The Mighty Mouse award: to Dr. Lichtenstein 




Anna Fortgang 

Vivid and vivacious . . . 

Cute and cheery . . . 

Good things come 

in small packages . . . 

Can disagree with teachers 

and get away with it . . . 

Her smile 

achieves the impossible . . . 

Jovial . . . 

Intelligent . . . 

Possesses charm and personality. 



Sharon Frankel 

Pensive 

and quiet ... A dreamy eyed 

realist. . . Pleasing 

in manner ... Is liked by all . . 

Sure Fire laughter. . . 

Pretty . . . 

A classmate recognized for 

her winning ways . . . 

Never a harsh word . . . 

Radiates good cheer. 



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One of her experiments finally worked! 

Voyage to the Unknow 

The if at first you don't succeed, try try again award: to Mrs. Spiegler 







Shyndel Freiberg 

Her humility is 

matched only by her knowledge . . . 

Noted for her perfect penmanship . 

Well deserving 

Hebrew Editor of ElchaneLlc . . . 

Altruistic, artistic Arista 

member . . . Modesty 

is herbesl policy . . . 

A girl more pure cannot 

be found . . . May she bejustly 

rewarded with all the goodness 

life has to offer. 



Ruth Freschl 

Fabulously funny lines . . . 

Noted for her zany antics . . . 

Lets everyone in on the fun . . . 

Only one 

lo understand Weinstein c(o)urses . 

Never 

left without a smile or story . . . 

Fresh air . . . 

A spirit 

of mirth 

in dreary school days. 



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Sushie-stand up and sit down! 

Our girl from Australia— Debbie Werdiger 

The up, up and away award: to Mrs. Silver The It's my party and I'll cry if I want to award: to Mr. Kaufman 





Any other stupid questions I can answer? 



Mona Freund 

Prominent member ofthe Senior class . 

Large, dark eyes 

bright with fun . . . 

Battles boredom in every class 

with a witty remark . . . 

Marvelously funny . . . 

Her laughter bubbles over through 

an endless storage of gaiety . . . 

The warmth to befriend . . . 

A girl who really cares. 




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Judy Fried 



A thoughtful girl who will always 
remain in our thoughts . . . 
Linked to her "Chen"ey . . . 
Flair for chemistry . . . 
Main(e) interest is in psychiatry . . 
Graceful head of Dance Group . . . 
Fine Feature Editor ofthe Flame . 
Starts her schoolday at 9:05 . . . 
Beautifully clothed on the outside- 
wonderfully warm-hearted on the 
inside . . . Scintillating . . . 
well versed, well liked and 
well, just great. 



Ya don't like my jokes, Singer? 



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The How To Do much about nothing award: to Rabbi Schorr The Mr. Machine award: to Mr. Kamber 





Ellen Friedman 

An angelic face . . . 

Belying terrific energy . . . 

Always thinking . . . 

Large eyes 

questioning and asking ... An 

explosive chemistry student . . . 

Magnificent 

in the Miracle Worker . . . 

A vast determination lo learn . . 

An enormous 

amount of knowledge. 



Peggy Friedman 

Gem of a girl , . . Ruby of course . 

Beautiful blonde hair 

her crowning glory . . . 

Our newest timekeeper . . . 

Striking head of cheerleaders . . . 

With thai twinkle in her eye she's 

a natural . . . 

A Devilish debater . . . 

Perl . . . 

Lovely and lively. 



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The Besl in Dairy Products award: to Mrs. Gottlieb The Mr. Clean award: to Mr. Kalish 






Eliza Garfinkel 



A rarity . . . One of the few who 

endeared herself to students and 

teachers alike . . . Her secret weapon 

is thai fantastic smile . . . 

Not that she needs it . . . 

Has a very special charm . . . 

Eyes thai sparkle with knowledge . . . 

Creative co-Edilor of the Flame . . . 

A sunny disposition 

has won her many friends. 



Florence Frommer 

A poet's delight . . . 

Long blonde hair, 

blue eyes, 

quiet in nature . . . 

Charming head of cheerleaders who 

leads with quiet assurance . . . 

Practical dreamer . . . 

Faith in others . . . 

A faith often rewarded . . . 

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The I Spy award: to Mrs. Rosner The I wonder where the Zero went award; to Rabbi 

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Linda Gelbfish 

Shy on the outside . . . 

Warm on ihc inside. .. 

Has done it all — 

from dancing to fashion 

to ping-pong . . . 

Absorbed in the conquest of knowledge . 

Vivid thoughts . . . 

Gentle in nature . . . 

Sensitive to others' needs . . . 

Appreciated for herself. 





Dassa Gerber 

Addicted to "Compoz"— winning 
alma mater— winning senior song . . . 
Gifted guitarist — a gift to us all . . . 
Extraordinary Elchanette Editor . . . 
Responsible as Sherut Head- 
responsible for our basketball 
victories. You name it — 
Dassy'llget it done . . . 
The more food eaten, 
the more pounds lost but her heart 
keeps gaining warmth . . . 
"Tolhee the work shall justify itself. 



The Ultra-Bright Toothpaste award: to Mr. Jacobson 
award: to Mrs. Jacobson 



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The Daven with Kabala 




Full of good things . . . Mathematical 

mastermind with an 

inclination for other subjects . . . 

Blue eyes 

reflecting every mood . . . 

A vast reservoir of knowledge 

with an unquenchable thirst 

for knowledge . . . 

A smile for all concerned . . . 

Someone who is liked . . . 

No need to ask why. 



Esther Goldman 

Bouncy basketball team member . 

A remark for every occasion . . . 

Long 

blonde 

hair ... A Dessau disciple . . . 

Good humor . . . 

Funny comments . . . 

Promotes giggles from students . . 

Frowns frowns from teachers . . . 

Always laughing. 



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The You are what you eat award: to Mr. Marshal The Scienee Fiction award: to Mr. Bassell 





Rabbi Schorr's class 





Claire Groyer 

A Bnai Akivanik to the "nth" 

degree . . . Valuable 

asset to the library squad . . . 

Creator of beautiful dugmaol for 

her kipol . . . 

A forceful Israeli dancer who 

delights in instructing others . . . 

"Typifies" the Flame of Central . . 

A future nurse who got mixed up 

in the requirements . . . 

A truechalutza. 



Ruth Greenberg 

Full of pep and G.O. . . . 

From class president 

lo High School head . . . 

Popular Pres. . . 

Worthy of confidence . . . 

Stunning 

eyes-reflecting a kindred spirit . . . 

Endless list of credits . . . 

Possesses unbeatable combination 

of poise and personality. 



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Nobody leaves this room 'Lit I find out . 



The I'll gel you in the end award: lo Rabbi Dardac The Information, please award: to 

Rabbi Rubel 




Susan Guttman 

The type of girl the Tide needs 

As sweet as 

"Juji" fruit . . . 

Served as"sign" merits on both 

Hebrew and English Chaggim 

Had the "drive" to become 

first senior with license . . . 

A twinkle in her eyes . . . 

A smile at her lips . . . 

Lively spirit . . . 

She endears herself tcrall. 



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Evelyn Gutwein 

ool fireworks . . . 
Calm and collected . . . 
Central's exotic miss . . . 
Flashing 
dark 

eyes complementing a pretty smile . 
Quiet in manner . . . 
Exciting ideas . . . 

Knows the long and short of things . 
Happy. 



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The Lady Clairol award: to Mr. Yahrblun 
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The Your words carry a lot of weight award: to Mr. \l£!/ •' / 



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Happy is she with a happy he; 
The Flame's news editor who k 
well informed . . . 
Plays character roles so very 
well ... A reflection 
of a fine character. . . 
A sweet voice enhancing 
Central's choir . . . Has risen it 
prestigious post of 
Segula's secretary ... A post 
justly deserved. 



Miriam Halberstam 

A motion and a spirit that impels 
all thinking things . . . 
Accomplished pianist — 
accomplished much in Central . . . 
Meticulous head of bookroom . . . 
Flame's own fabulous FeifTer . . . 
Achieved Arista status . . . 
Debuted as Alper in "The Tenth Man" 
Ascended to the role of Mr. Keller . . . 
Reflective . . . 
Sensational fun. 



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The Clara Barton award: lo Mrs. Lieberman The uptight award: to Mr. Weinstein 




Perele Handler 



Ruth Hartstein 



A rare blessing . . . Sparkling 
combination of wit and wisdom . . . 
Bouncy captain of Boosters . . . 
Spirited Arista member . . . 
Sometimes serious . . . Always happy . 
Never unkind . . . Dramatic ability 
which led to a directorial miracle . . . 
Featured star on the Elchanetle staff . . 
Quick as lightning and jusi 
as bright . . . Personality personified . . 
Pearl of the charm. 



Conscientious student whose 
interests range from library to 
choir ... A Cohen favorite 

who justifies his pride . . . 
Active participant in 
all class discussions . . . 
Reputation for hard work 
and good grades . . . 
Always able to smile . . . 
Confident . . . Justly so. 



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A view from the "Bridge" 

The Dr. Dolittle award: to Dr. Applbaum The Slip me Five award: to Rabbi Elbaz 



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fixing the floor. 






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Sandy Hochner 

Accomplished Art Editor of Elchanelte . 

Could make a fortune selling book 

report covers . . . 

Friendly with everyone . . . 

A mainstay of the 

High School Bowl Team . . . 

Always neat and well dressed . . . 

A sharp, inquisitive mind 

with an "encyclopedia" 

knowledge ofpast and current. 




Barbara Indich 



The Bracha in our lives . . . 

Arista's vivacious vice-president . 

Cheery cheeks . . . Smart 

but not stuffy about it . . . 

A welcome 

member to any Bio class . . . 

Never fails to "bless" 

us with her smile . . . 

A very kind person . . . 

A very warm person. 



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The tiptoe through the tulips award: to BTA boys The Catch Me if You Can award: to the Senit 




An emoter on-siage, 

a giggler in class. . . 

Cheers us up in the grimmest situations 

Warm hearted hospital volunteer . . . 

Fantastic director of the 

Purim operetta . . . 

Everyone's friend . . . 

Dramatic head of the Dramatic Club . . 

An individualist 

who found it in her heart 

to take Gemorrah. 



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Rose Jacob 




Rose by any other name 

would be as sweet . . . 

Led many charity campaigns 

quietly 

efficiently . . . 

Depth ofthoughts 

warmth of heart . . . 

To know her is to love her . . . 

A girl bestowed with a gift 

of genuine insight. 



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The Excedrin Headache #3 award: to Lorstan Studio The " What-me worry?" award: to the Elchanette Staff ; > 




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"Shaded fragments of see-through 




Susan Jacobowitz 

Known by an unusual nickname — 

Suchu . . . 

Known for warm personality 

and a constant smile . . . 

Beats Rabbi Berenholz for cutest 

dimples . . . 

Has a smile to show them off. . 

Naturally nice . . . 

Finds the good in each of us . . . 

Has accomplished the impossible . 

A superior senior. 



Toby Javitz 

Intoxicating in her good nature . 

A real fortune cookie . . . 

Up on current events . . . 

Politically speaking. . . 

Can surely handle any situation . 

45 record on 78 speed . . . 

An ability to talk herself out of 

anything . . . 

A hand in all mischier. . . 

Never studies . . . 

For Toby there's just no need. 



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Noga Kerstein 

"V'Nogah Caor Teheyeh" . . . 
*'Relative"ly close lo Hebrew teachers . . 

Repunzel, Repunzel, 

let down 

your hair . . . 

One of Central's "band" aids . . . 

Highlights the Lapid as reporter . . . 

Our own poster-girl — 

served three terms on English Chaggim . 

May her future be as bright 

as her name. 



Mindy Kershembaum 

A bright girl 

with bright ideas . . . 

Never at a loss for words . . . 

An integral part of the 

High School Bowl Team . . . 

A future bio-chem major, 

who believes in being practical 

without conforming . . . 

Has high hopes 

which she will surely achieve. 



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Dena Krieger 

Delightful Dena ... 

The sound of laughter, music and 

harmony . - . Wise words 

from someone who knows . . . 

Everyone's favorite . . . 

Not known to take a note yet— 

every teacher's pet . . . 

Cheery comments 

provoking giggles.. . 

> .iiii.ik.i- /ncorporaied . . . 

Always great company. 



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Mr. Hoffman: "There are 1&1/2 stupid kids in the B 
class." 

Mr. Marshal:" . . . and even you, Hadassah!" 

Jakie: "I have a draft on my feet!" 

Mr. Lapidus. "Opportunity knocks but once." Sandy: 
"But no one answers!" 



Mr. Fohr: What are you—deaf, dumb or just plain stu- 
pid? 

Mr. Ressler: Experiment: Observation: Don't look! 
Conclusion: What did you observe? 

Mr. Spital: "I get the highest seat in the movies so I 
can be the first to see the cowboys coming over the hills." 




Iris Kruler 

A patron of the arts . . . 
Beautiful poetry . . . 
Literate . . . 

Dramatic ability . . . 

Soft speaking voice which demands 

attention . . . 

A master with paints and brushes . . . 

Uses her ability to help others . . . 

Quiet voice 

midst the chaos. 



Dr. Bohensky; What did one casket say to another? 
Is that you coffin? 



Jakie: The sky's falling! Shelley: Oh, no! 

Sheila to Dessau: I can't take Gym today — I had my 
ears pierced! 

How can he hear music if he's color-blind' 1 

Mr. Marshal: I have 35 years of teaching in my behind! 




Batya Krupnik 

A breath of fresh air in stuffy classrooms . 

Most unset f-centered person 

we know . . . 

Modesty meant . . . Filled 

from head to toe 

with gay laughter . . . 

Always well prepared . . . 

The first one to laugh . . . 

The first to help , . . 

First 

in just about everything. 




Rochelle Kurzmann 

Mastermind of fun . . . 

Laughter soaring yet down to earth . 

Catches everyone off guard as 

Elchanetle Photography Editor . . . 

Always found chanting a 

zany slogan . . . 

Keeps teachers on the march . . . 

A lifesaver in dull classes . . . 

Talkative but a good listener . . . 

Exultant. 



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Jakie: Over and out-over and out-this is room 205- 
there's a bullet hole in the window. 

Mr. Ravetch: There are a few simple rules you should 
memorize . . . Sharon: What if you want to learn Eng- 
lish? Mr. Ravetch: Then you get another teacher! 



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Roberta Marcus 

Beguiling. . . 

Everything wonderful . . . 

Petite and pretty . . . 

Our own surprise package . . . 

Adorable . . . 

Always on the phone . . . 

Never ready to say 

So Long . . . 

A rose by any other name . . . 

"The free and noble heart." 



Sara M. Kutner 

Constantly questioning . . . 

An inquisitive mind, eager Lo learn . . . 

Our only violin virtuoso . . . 

Keeps the math class in a Spin . . . 

Scholastic 

ability rewarded by Arista membership 

and Merit Commendation . . . 

Brings new ideas to all subjects . . . 

Politically inclined . . . 

"The tongue is a sabre 

that never grows rusty." 




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Jeannie Marmor 

Jeannie is marvelous . . . 

Her complexion is the envy of all . . . 

Always smiling ... Is smiled at in return . 

Modest . . . 

Surprises us all with her knowledge . . . 

Terrific on tests . . . 

Quiet in all her classes . . . 

For Jeannie there's no need to talk . . . 

Her personality 

speaks for itself. 



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Sherry Maron 

Will surely receive an Oscar 
for world's greatest worrier . . . 
Pessimistic optimist . . . We 
love her anyway . . . 
Twinkling eyes . . . 
Always in the mood for mischief . 
Never a dull moment . . . 
Never-ending patience . . . 
Playful pranks... 
A Senior favorite. 



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Gita Miodowvnik 

Docs she or doesn't she? . . . 
Our Gila's a natural . . . 
Never loud or brash . . . 
Chock full ol'personality . . . 
Intelligence rewarded . . . 
Holds a place on the elite 
Hebrew High School Bow] Club . 
Lovely leader of 
Arts and Crafts . . . 
A star in the Central sky. 



Francine Mermelstein 

A way of expression uniquely her own . . . 

Soft spoken Senior . . . Never 

without a ready smile and 

a friendly word . . . 

Entered Central as a sophomore— 

entered our hearts forever . . . 

It's nice to be natural 

if you're naturally nice. . . 

"Fran"kly speaking — she's a really nice kid . 

The only way to have a friend, 

is to be one. 



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WILCor of fuel! 




Adele Mlynarski 

Adele's our only vice — 

bul she's a nice vice . . . 

A lass endowed with power of intelligence . 

"Sports" a talent for— 

basketball, volleyball, machanaim . . . 

Tries hard as Sherus member — 

"tries harder" as Arista member . . . 

Her "contacts len"d beauty to 

her blue eyes . . . Mlynarski — 

a name as unique as the girl . . . 

You can tell it's Adele, she's swell. 



Rivky Monheit 

Everyone's friend . . . 

Countless number of pals and confidants . 

Sympathetic manner . . . 

Carefree . . . 

A special kind of laughter . . . 

An ability to make others happy . . . 

Her smile says it all - . . 

Always in demand 

at election time . . . 

The reasons are obvious. 



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Sylvia Neuman 



Last of the Neuman sisters, 
bui certainly not the least . . . 
Quiet in her classes . . . Sylvia 
exposes a keen sense of humor 
lo close friends . . . 
Always ready to laugh . . . 
Gives of herself in BikurCholim 
Cuts a pretty figure in any rink . 
One of the few who dares 
to type Hebrew for the Lapid . . 
As usual, does a masterful job. 



Rose Pack 



The rose really knows her 

phylacteries from her 

parenthesis as she nimbly 

dodged Rav Meir 

and Mr. Bassell's debative points . 

An avid Bnei Akivanik . . . 

Central's ambassadress 

to the Arts. . . 

Won her merit letter 

with a capital P 




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Charlotte Pariser 

Should be quarantined— 

she spreads infectious laughter . . . 

A Bnai Akivanik with 

ruach to spare . . . 

An energetic member of Bikur Cholir 

Interested in bio with an eye 

towards nursing . . . Adorned 

our halls with colorful calendars . . . 

Make no mistake about it — 

Charli is all girl. 





Shulamit Popack 

The Popack name is known 

by one and all . . . 

Melodic tones of her guitar 

nil the halls... 

Her singing voice gladdens the heart . 

An active participant in 

competitive assembly . . . 

Led us to victory . . . 

Dances her way through every class . . 

Our school mascot . . . 

Spirited. 



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Tarendash had a boy and Bohensky had an amoeba. 

Ressler: Miss Springer, stop talking. Sandy: I wasn't 
talking! Ressler: I'm not concerned with that. 

Beck to Honey and Ruthy: I'm afraid I may have to let 
you leave. 



Hoffman to Ruthy Freschl: FishinofT, come up here and 
mess up the Chumash. 

Dr. Joffen: Did you ever think of taking up knitting? 
Doc's class: Pretzel time in back row. 




Ora Posen 

Spiril of inner light . . . 

Built an intensified Tide... 

Shades of brilliance 

which merit Commendation . . 

Strikes a pretty pose{n) 

as head or High School Bowl . 

Cool redhead 

dramatically inclined . . . 

Surrounded by a special 

aura. 



Toby Posner 

One who brightens every day with 

sunny hair and 

sparkling personality . . . 

Known for high grades and 

high rating . . . 

Hoffman's long lime favorite , . . 

Clear blue eyes 

which sparkle and sing . . . 

A sunflower 

on the Central landscape. 



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Jakie: "Now girls! I know who did it! I know who it is! 
Now I know who did it!— OK— Who did it?? 

Let x=teacher 

y = class 
Then: x+y = zzzz 

Silver: If you want to raise your hand, ask a question. 




Linda Rafalowicz 

A sophomore entry who won us all 

over with her knack for 

mischief and fun . . . 

A wonderful name which puts teachers 

in a spin and classes 

into gales of laughter . . . 

Left her mark in Central's halls and 

on its furniture . . . Always 

in trouble . . . Yet always 

smiles her way out . . . 

Never to be forgotten. 




Joany Roer 

A Senior's senior . . . 

Never known to frown . . . 

Active Sherut head 

ready to serve the school's needs . 

Mathematical wizard . . . 

Chaggim's colorful head . . . 

Sunshine, 

lolly pops and 

rainbows . . . 

"When cometh such another?" 



BONOS' 3 



Marshal: I like to help you with the poem but I don't 
know what you're up to. Honey: About line seven — 

Elbaz: What's that you have written on your hand? 
Judy Mesh: It looks like ink. 

"Steven" engaged to 103 Seniors 




Esther Roiter 

Beautiful long hair to complement 

a pretty face . . . 

Never skirls the issue-obviously 

the good choice to head 

the Fashion Club. .. 

Always '"up" on the latest styles . . 

Weakly dieter , . . 

A special talent 

for mischief. . . 

Smiles her way through it all. 



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Helene Rokeach 



"Attendance at Y.U.H.S. is a privilege and not a right." 

LOCKERS: 

1. Lockers should be kept shut and locked. The school 
is not responsible for missing objects. 

2. On rainy days, coats may be dried on locker until the 
end of lunch period. Boots and umbrellas must be put 
away. 

3. Lockers are subject to unannounced periodic inspec- 
tion for neatness. Uncovered books will be confiscated. 



Pretty as a midsummer's morn . . 

Sparkling senior with 

a Hair for knitting . . . 

Experienced aunt . . . 

A source of innocent merriment . 

Hair and figure 

always juslrighl— 

a girl who's 

just perfect. 



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Claire Rotter 

She's sort of special . . . 

Has Ihe knack of being especially nice . 

Lights up with laughter . . . 

A bubbly bookworm . . . 

Can be deeply engrossed . . . 

Deeply concerned . . . 

Gels along with people . . . 

Personality — 

captivating. 



Devorah Rosenman 

Busy as a "bee" . . . 

Interested in secreT.A.rial work . . . 

Our hora-dancing Devorah . . . 

Has her own "network" as member 

of Ping Pong Club... 

The "key operator" for Elchanette . 

Achieved status as head of 

Hebrew Chaggim . . . 

Her diligence and earnestness 

will surely lead to her success. 



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BOOKS: 

Students are responsible for their books and must pay 
for all books lost or damaged at the current school 
price. Cover all your books. Writing in textbooks is 
strictly forbidden. 





Caren Schumsky 

Pretty package always ready 
to explode . . . 
Sarcastic humor causing 
laughter and thought . . . 
Stunning sweaters . . . Slyly 
outsmarts all our teachers . . . 
While they're thinking — 
she's miles ahead . . . 
Not known for note taking . . . 
Drives Mr. Korn wild . . . 
Bubbly and bright. 



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Saralee Rubin 



A keen mathematical mind . . . 

Faithfully performed her duties as 

class Vice President . . . 

Decorative member of Hebrew Chaggin 

Gets lop marks without studying — 

must watch educational television . . . 

Can usually be found 

flashing a dimpled smile . . . 

A good nalurcd girl 

who knows what she's talking about. 



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Esther Schwartz 

Our own California import who 

brought golden sunshine . . . 

Object of a pretty face . . . 

Third in a chazaka of Schwartz sisters . 

Appreciated for a unique personality . . 

Beautiful eyes 

surrounded by fabulously 

long eyelashes . . . 

Has her classmates green with envy . . . 

Justifiably so . . . Never without 

a Care(n) . . . Always happy. 



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Susan Seeman 



LA TENESS: 

1. Punctuality, like regularity of attendance, is a 
primary school requirement. 

2. Repeated lateness may also result in the student 
being "dropped" from one or more classes. 



A quiet manner (hat attracts . 

Always cool . . . 

Never ruffled . . . 

Eyes thai tell it all . . . 

A smile to show 

she really cares . . . 

A deep thinker. . . 

Appreciated 

for homeworks well done . . . 

One of the beautiful people. 



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"Our students must acquire a degree of lady-like dignity befitting a 
Bas-Yisrael, in school and at home." 





Honey Silber 

Helen of Joy... 

An accomplished guitarist . 

Keeps a smile on all lips 

with caustic comments . . . 

Fractured French 

causing loads oflaughter . . 

Pretty as a picture . . . 

Honey . . . 

A nickname as 

sweet as the girl within. 



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Janet Seewald 



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Winning combination of 

charm and talent . . . 

Devoted dietician . . . 

Keen crochcter of yarmulkas . . . 

Cute expressions . . . 

Warm-hearted and considerate . 

Sometimes you feel 

so proud of yourself 

for having friends 

like Janet. 




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Sharon Singer 

Her voice echoing rings 
through the air . . . 
Oscar Vinnie(ng) performance in 
"The Miracle Worker" . . . 
Bassell's private conversant . . . 
Our own Sleeping Beauty- 
pricked her sewing linger . . . 
Do we "fall" 
for Suri? 
And "How w(i)e" do! 



Zippy Sokolow 

Fancy free . . . 

Always ready to fly . . . 

Aliyah is her aim . . . 

Sure to go up in everything she d 

Raven hair . . . 

Quick and ready laughter . . . 

Kind in all action and deeds . . . 

Bouncy 

as the ball she baskets . . . 

Sweet as the song she sings. 



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Sandy Springer 

A bubbling spirit . . . 

Granted the gift of laughter . . . 

An infectious giggle. . . 

Always singing. .. 

High marks 

on minimum amount of study . . . 

An eye for mischief 

An ear for sounds . . . 

Master ofthe mysteriously early bell . 

The joy of Spring midst 

the tedious winter. 



Miriam Steger 

Demurely quiet ... 

A member of Hebrew Dancing 

who has added luster to our 

Chanuka Chagigas . . . 

Known for good judgment . . . 

Proven at Competitive Assemblies . 

Sincere . . . 

Gorgeous complexion . . . 

Envied for cool 

capability. 



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said . . . 




Celina Steinberger 

Lovely in her 

quiet ways . . . 

Petite . . . 

Devilish dark eyes . . . 

Sweet . . . 

Demure. . . 

One of our worriers . . . 

Worries about our problems . . . 

No need to worry about herself . 

Celina'sjust right. 



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Beth Strizower 




"He ale and drank with a kingly zest and peaceably snored did w 

— Shak. 



A great sense of humor 
which keeps bringing back 
a great smile . . . 
Rose(y)'s favorite flower . . . 
Cheerful cheerleader with a 
marvelous feel for fashion . . 
Sparkles in her good nature . 
Cuts only for the material 
things in life. . . 
Spiritually alive. 



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"'The course of true love never did run smooth." — Shak. 




Sari Sultan 



A Senior Surprise . . . last, 

but certainly nol leasl . . . 

Entered shyly. . . 

Is leaving with loads of 

friends . . . 

The Sari Smile 

has won us all over . . . 

An active school participant . 

Pleasing personality— sweet. 



Gail Walkenfeld 



A girl for all seasons . . . 

Showers herselfwiih poetry recitations . 

Lovely long locks 

topofTher 

cute freckled face. . . 

Atruescholar(ship) . . . 

Memorable performance in 

"Miracle Worker" . . . 

A "Ga(i>l" who has 

really got it made. 




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"G-d looketh up at His world" 




Lois Wassner 

Senior sophisticate . . . 

Widely traveled . . . 

From Fifth Avenue to Tel Aviv. 

Absence makes the 

heart grow fonder . . . 

Lois is loved . . . 

Occasionally visits us in classes . 

Always welcome . . . 

Beaulifully dressed . . . 

Angelic. 



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Nechama Wechsler 

Philosophy and thought thai 

compromise genius . . . 

Never at a loss for dates — 

Historically speaking . . . 

Pensive perception . . . 

Looking, learning and listening . . . 

Proves that knowledge 

is power . . . 

Delves deeply . . . 

Brilliance that illuminates. 



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Splendor in the Grass 



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Judy Weinreb 

Just Wonderful.. . 

Makes the "A" class a nicer 

place to be . . . 

Devilish gleam in sparkling eyes . 

If not a smile a giggle . . . 

Holds a special place in 

Senior hearts . . . 

So sweet even teachers 

have to smile . . . 

Endless enthusiasm . . . 

A ray of sunshine. 



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How many more minutes to the bell? 




Zipporah Weinreb 

Sweet bird of youth . . . 

One who lives life to the fullest . . 

Never loses her temper . . . 

A beautiful face 

to match a beauty from within . . . 

Dedicated to her ideals . . . 

Always thinking of 

others . . . 

One of us who is 

deeply respected. 



Do you think we can make it past his office? 



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Penetrating chemistry student . . . 

As sweet asC 6 H| 2 6 . . , 

Modestly shies away from the 

spotlight she so richly deserves . . . 

Has her own special shine . . . 

Never minds studying . . . 

Perhaps because she is so good at it . 

Known for her 

quiet smile 

and good nature. 



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Debbie Weller 



Someone special . . . 
Known as "Darling Debbie" 
lo all who know her . . . 
A back-row mischief maker . 
Smiled her way into Arista 
and into our hearts . . . 
Does everything very well . . . 
Loads of laughter . . . 
An intricate part of 
the class of'69. 






Debby Wiener 

Sweel source 

of inspiration . . . 

The smile to lighten any 

mood . . . Sew nice . . . 

Possessor of a creative spark . . . 

Elchaneue's eloiiuem Co-Editor . 

A star in Central's 

cast of characters . . . 

Plays her part especially 

well . . . Maybe it's because 

she"s so special. 




Hindy Wiesner 



Cheerful . . . 

Math is her subject . . . 

Great range of interests . . . 

Lively . . . 

Somehow "manages" 

to bring in yearbook money . . . 

Great disposition . . . 

A driver . . . 

Even policemen are her friends . 

Invaluable. 



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Tzippy Yudin 



Most musically talented . . . 

Sweet melodic tones . . . 

Fingers that fly over the keyboard 

A smile Tor all . . . 

Completely unaffected . . . 

Natural in her niceness . . . 

Quiet . . . Deeds are 

greater than words . . . 

May the music she loves be the 

background for a life 

full of high notes. 



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Rachel Zanziper 

A senior treasurer . .* 
Worth her weight in gold , , . 
Good hearted . . . Head of Biki 
Gracious . . . 
Surely sweet . . . 
Our only twin . . . 
Double the pleasure. . . 
Double the fun . . . 
Sure to please with her 
personality. 



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learning. 





Esther Zeligsohn 

The "E" for enthusiasm . . . 

The "Z" for zest . . . 

She's EZ-ly among one ofour best . 

A girl of good cheer 

and good times . . . 

Outstanding qualities. . . 

Talkative . . . 

Able... 

Assured . . . 

Friendly. 



Sheila Zeisel 



Someone as sweet as her 

name implies . . . 

Sensational secretary of our G.O. . . . 

So popular she ran unopposed . . . 

Long tresses enhancing 

a smiling face . . . 

With the advent of a new teacher 

"social" studies has acquired a 

different meaning . . . Special 

knack for mischief. . . Bubbly Booster 

captain . . . Sugar-coated candy cane. 



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Sharon Zelinger 


Alice Zuckerbrot 


A bright brunette 


A favorite classmate . . . 


with a cheerful smile. . . 


Stunning complexion . . . 


Exchange student . . . 


Last in the alphabet . . . 


Used her head 


First in our hearts . . . 


as member of Yarmulka Club . . . 


Sweet 


Helpful and considerate . . . 


by pleasing manner. . . 


Smile and the world smiles with you . . . 


Hard worker . . . 


No longer last — 


Especially nice . . . 


and most certainly never least . . . 


Darling dimples 


Yes "suri"— she's quite a girl. 


accentuating a constant smile. 



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Ocepter of steel, shining 

A sharp brightness turned by us 

Into a mellow, encompassing glow. 




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You have to be a great kid to 
be in our G.O. Monday night 
meetings may end late. Eng- 
lish teachers might not give 
enough time for G.O. min- 
utes. And through it all you 
have to smile. As Seniors 
we're very proud of G.O. -'69. 
You see, it's our G.O. We 
are its heads. We are repre- 
sented by four of our finest. 
They work and worry for 
everyone and they've justi- 
fied our pride. Our theatre 
parties are absolutely the 
best. Our Chagigas and 
operettas— fantastic. Our 
school spirit? Why, there's 
no word to describe it! Riv- 
ka's quiet nature, Adele's 
good humor. Sheila's smile, 
and Eva's giggle have made 
our G.O. a great one. 



PRESIDENT 
Rivka Greenberg 

VICE PRESIDENT 
Adele Mlynarski 



SECRETARY 

Sheila Zeisel 

TREASURER 
Eva Finkelstein 




KNEELING: Joany Roer, Rose Jacob, Ruth Feldman, Aurora Cassirer, Elta Feldman STANDING: 
Esther Drattler, Judy Fischer, Arlene Wollman, Adele Lew, Ruth Her!, Barbara Singer, Joyce Weg, 
Helene Garmise 





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TOP ,o BOTTOM: Judy Weinreb, Zippy Weinreb, Dassa 

Gerber Joany Roer, Judy Fried, Peggy Friedman, Adele 
Mlynarsk. Brenda Feit, Shulamilh Filler, Rosalind Tarko 
Miriam Weitunan, Es.her Weilzman, Shoshana Brevda' 
Roberta Fcinstem Helene Garmise, Debby Brevda, Arlene 
Wollman, Abby Salzman, Devora Gellman 



Jumble and posters and help 
sheets and funny signs are all 
part of Sherut. Sherut is the 
Hebrew word for help-and 
that's the purpose. Everything 
in Central seems to be He- 
brew. The kids go to a show 
once a year. That isn't the 
main thing. They really do a 
great job. Joany, Dassi, and 
Zippy are heads and they 
work hard making commit- 
tees to visit the sick, putting 
on the play and helping 
freshies. Oh, yes, they also 
got gum labels that said 
"There's a job to be done and 
Sherut is here to do it." We 
put them all over the walls 
and Mr. Spin made us take 
them down. So what? Un- 
daunted, Sherut marches on! 

PRESIDENTS 

Dassa Gerber 

Joany Roer 

Zippy Weinreb ADVISER: Rabbi Rubel 

PRES: Ellen Friedman 
VICE-PRES: Barbara Indich 
SEC'Y-TREAS.: Heidi Halpern 

Debating is very scary. Just imagine standing in front of judges, 
stating your arguments, which suddenly seem weak and inade- 
quate. At the Friday meeting, you were full of confidence. Now, 
you, usually so talkative (in class) become quiet and shy. You 
figure the chances. You marvel at our great rebut. You remember 
theirs. Your eyes darken. The judges' announcement. By now, 
most of the time, you grin. 




Bella Borg, Laura Leitcr, Debby Brcvda, 
Florence Appelman, Shulamilh Filler, 
Bruchie Brandstauer 



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SENIORS: Batya Krupnik, Sushie Drillick, Eliza Garfinkel, Sari 
Sultan, Sharon Goodman, Mimi Halberstam, Gila Miodownik, Joany 
Roer, Rose Jacob, Lucy Fixler, Judy Fried, Noga Kerslein. Brenda 
Feit, Zippy Weinreb, Marilyn Wermulh, Nechama Wechsler, Sara 
Kulner, Etta Felman, Ruth Feldman, Shyndel Freiberg, Perele Hand- 



Arista is just a little hard to explain. It is part of the 
National Honor Society. In Central, it's called 
Segulah. The girls are pretty special. Each one is an 
example of good grades and more important, of fine 
character. What everyone worries about is the in- 
terview. Rabbi Rubel's smile is gone; and Mr. Kamber 



ler, Debbie Weller, Judy Weinreb, Debby Wiener, Adele Mlynarski. 
JUNIORS: Rosalind Tarko, Helene Garmise, Shoshana Brevda, 
Shulamith Filler, Alise Spanglet, Dina Oratz, Devora Gellman, 
Joyce Weg, Abigail Dworetsky, Esther Weitzman, Abby Salz- 
man, Miriam Weitzman 



seems more sarcastic than ever. The questions come in 
all sorts of shapes and sizes, and in Hebrew. You sit and 
try to form Hebrew words, all the while trying not to 
let your nervousness show. In the end, you laugh, for 
you know it was worth it all, and you wind up being 
pretty proud. 



Joyce Weg, Roberta Feinslein, Shoshana 
Brevda, Teeny Hauser, Nechama Soko- 
low, Dina Oratz, Aviva Herskovics 



HEAD: ZIPPY SOKOLOW 

Peggy Friedman, Lucy Fixler, Brenda 
Feit, Judy Fried, Abigail Dworetsky 




5:00 P.M.: Cheerleading try-outs are mass chaos. It 
seems the whole school is trying out. Everyone wants 
to be a cheerleader. Suddenly, four hours later you 
are being congratulated, and you're smile is a mile 
wide. You were good enough. You've made it. A 
cheerleader at last. Now you can wear the white skirt 
and navy sweater. It's your turn to wear a Central 
letter with your name on it. You're entitled to roll up 
your skirt and casually practice cheers in front of 
jealous friends. For you, there's the Barnard game 
with the promise of Y.U. You can hear Senior laughter 
as they forget the simplest cheers. One day you'll be 
doing the same thing. 



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Captains: Feigi Frommer, 
Peggy Friedman. KNEEL- 
ING: Lisa Besdin, Malie 
Rosenbloom, Susan Fuchs, 
Sandy Weinberg, Chanie 
Schmidman, Lila Silverman 
STANDING: Fran Zelenelz, 
Rosalind Tarko, Esther 
Schwartz, Beth Strizower, 
Brenda Feit. Not shown: 
Debbie Schachler. 




Captains: Pearl Friedman, Florence Appelman, 
Chanie Leiser, Eileen Friedman, Roberta 
Marcus, Sharon Froelich, Toby Klagsburn, 
Michele Rosenblum, Cynthia Gotlesman. 
Rickly Nciman, Sema Katz, Bella Borg, Sharon Goodman, Tammy Blond, Esther Dratller, Rose Fish, 
Donna Plumer, Laurie Lcitcr, Malkie Stern, Lucy Fixler, Perele Handler, Eva Finkclstein Esther 
Roiler, Sheila Zeisel. Toby Posner, Judy Weinreb, Debby Wiener, Arlene Wollman, Ruth Freschl An- 
nette Blumstein 

Boosters is white sweaters and navy skirts, saddle shoes and pompoms, letters and 
bells. It's three captains or four, when you only need two. It's a little bit of non- 
sense. It's something even freshies can be on. It requires a little skill and a lot of 
good cheer. For the captain, it's a trip to Friedman's and keeping track of money 
for sweaters. It's a little thrill to see your name on the bulletin board It's a way 
to get credits. It's fun. 







Head: Judy Fried. KNEELING: Perele 
Handler, Annette Blumstein, Ruth Freschl, 



Rose Fish, 
ING: Brenda 

Zippy Weinreb, 
Groyer, Judy 
Rosalind Tarko 



ii Halberstam. STAND- 
Feit, Miriam Sieger, 
Charli Pariser, Claire 

Weinreb, Lucy Fixler, 







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Head: Mimi Halberstam, Brenda Feit, 
Judy Weinrcb, Zippy Weinreb, Perele 
Handler, Judy Fried, Lucy Fixler 




ATHLETIC MANAGER: ABBY SALZMAN 




No one stares at the crazy kids 

playing outside without jackets 

on— Not anymore . . . 

By now we know 

They're the basketball team . . . 

Our basketball team. 

A bunch of warm 

and wonderful kids — 

They sing all the time 

It's either "Under the Rooftop of Chevrolet " 

or "It's a Small World" 

Why? 

Well ... no one really knows — 

Something about luck. 

Mr. Levine 

is their coach. 

He smiles 

and pretends to understand . . . 

Just as long 

as the kids keep winning, 

he's happy. By the way, 

OUR 

BASKETBALL 

TEAM 

IS 

NUMBER 1 

We're very proud of that. 




r. TOP to BOTTOM (left to right): Audrey Ja 
r. Sheila Friedman, Judy Fischer, Chanic LcisL., ... 
tr, Helcne Garmisc, Ncchama Sokolow, Debby Wii 
a. a Wagner, Bella Linshitz, Judy Rosenbaui ' 
Chumie Lustig, Adele Lew, Louise Potash, i 
rski, Abby Salzman 






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■ R IN-CHIE1 Brcnda Fcit CO-EDITOR Eliza Garfinkel 
. : lalbcrstam, Hen), Halpcrn, JutJj Fried, Elta K-lman, 
1 sihei Weiizman Miriam Wciuman, Abby Dworei- 
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LAPID EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: SusbieDrimck CO-EDITOR: ShyndelFrei 
STAFF: Perelc Handler, Zippy Weinreb, Eliza Garfinkel, Sylvia 
Neuman, Mimi Halberstam, Miriam Sleiger. Aviva Hcrskovics, 
Barbara Indich, Claire Groyer, I lion Friedman, Shulamith Filler, Gila 
Miodownik, Noga Kcrstcin, Suki Kumcr, Sharon Goodman. Adele 
Mlynarski 



. The Flame is being read. It has 
opened its windows to the many 
facets of the universe surrounding 
us. It also concentrates on Cen- 
tral at home. It lets the poor 
freshie know that yes-she will 
be a senior. It lets the senior 
know that she will soon miss the 
Central security as a freshie . . . 
Putting out the Flame is hard 
work. What with Dr. Applbaum's 
corrections, Mr. Kamber's 
suggestions, and an irate father's 
protestings. It was all Brenda and 
Eliza could do to smile. Some- 
how they did. The Flame burns 
bright. 




Did you ever try to write in He- 
brew? Did you ever try to write 
in Hebrew for a newspaper that 
even teachers read? It's not easy. 
Right, Sushie? When you fi- 
nally do write an article — it's 
censored. Just ask Perele. But 
how can a Hebrew article be 
censored? Did you ever try to 
type in Hebrew? Somehow 
Sushie and Shyndel do it all. 
They find Hebrew writers and 
typists. They correct and they 
edit and make up puzzles and 
contests. Far beyond that — they 
have achieved the impossible. 
They have made the Lapid in- 
teresting. 



HI: ADS: DEVORA GELLMAN, HELENE GARMISE, E1TA FELMAN 



EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: ORA POSEN 
CO-EDITOR: AURORA CASSIRER 



The Tide is new. It has new 
editors, broadening Central's 
outlook. It is making students 
aware of the poetic world 
around them. It is sparking 
thought. 




SITTING: Susan Gunman, Ora Posen, Aurora Cassirer, Gloria Deuisch, Rose Puck KNEELING* 
Anna Finkelsiuin, Ruth Feldman. Charli Partscr, Mindy Kershenbaum, Gail \\ alkenfi Id. Ruih Harsiein, 
Saralee Rubin STAM)i.\ g Roberta Feinstwn, Miriam Weiizman, Shulamith Filler, Esther Weitzman. 
Stioshana Brcvda, Joyce Weg 



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Captain: Aurora Cassirer Co-Captain: 
Ora Posen Mindy Kershenbaum, Sandy 
Hochner, Brenda Feit, Debby Krumbein 



You really have to be smart to be on High School Bowl. You even have to be smart to ask 
the questions You know facts from here and there. You answer with lightning-speed. The 
best part is playing against the teachers. You're always assured an easy v.ctory You get 
nervous before each match. Especially when you play the boys. They're so confident. You 
just wish you played them more often. 



Captain: Batya Krupnik, Mimi Halberstam 
Dena Oratz, Judy Fried, Etta 
Felman, Nechama Wechsler, Eliza 
Garfinkel. Heidi Halpern, Sushie Drillick, 
Shyndel Freiberg, Adele Mlynarski, 
Ricki Steinberg, Gita Miodownik 



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biology 



gemorah 




Spanish 



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math 




physics 



french 




Debbie Wcller 



EBREW 
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Devorah Rosenman 




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Miriam Steger 



ENGLISH CHAGIM 




PITGAM 



Sandy Springer 




Toby Posner 




PUBLICITY 




CLUB 
HEADS 




Sylvia Neuman 

BULLETIN BOARD 




BIKUR 
CHOLIM 



Rachel Zanziper 



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YESHIVA UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS BROOKLYN 

REGENTS SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS NURSING SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS 



Judi Bergstein 
Aurora Cassirer 
Robin Daiell 
Etta Felman 
Anna Finkelstein 
Ellen Friedman 
Eliza Garfinkel 
Linda Gelbfish 
Sharon Goodman 
Sandra Hochner 
Mindy Kershenbaum 
Noga Kerstein 
Batya Krupnik 
Sara M. Kutner 
Gita Miodownik 
Adele Mlynarski 
Rose Pack 
Charlotte Pariser 
Ora Posen 
Joany Roer 
Saralee Rubin 
Zipporah Sokolow 
Gail Walkenfeld 
Nechama Wechsler 
Marilyn Wermuth 
Hindy Wiesner 

ALTERNATES 

Gloria Deutsch 
Ruth Hartstein 
Toby Javitz 
Susan Seeman 



Sharon Goodman 
Mindy Kershenbaum 
Sara M. Kutner 
Rose Pack 
Charlotte Pariser 
Ora Posen 
Joany Roer 
Nechama Wechsler 
Marilyn Wermuth 

Judi Bergstein 
Etta Felman 
Ellen Friedman 
Noga Kerstein 
Batya Krupnik 
Gita Miodownik 
Adele Mlynarski 
Saralee Rubin 
Hindy Wiesner 






IT 

COULDN'T 
BE 
DONE 



WITHOUT: 



The 

Elchanette 

Staff 



Our 

Parents 

& 

Helen 



Andy 

Mr. Kamber 

Faculty 



In Memory Of 

MEYER 
LANDES 

Mrs. Rhoda Landes 



To 

ANNA 
FORTGAN' 



Dr. & Mrs. M.Gilbert 



BCCBTl 

SILBERSTEIN-ORLON 
CORP. 



Sharon Leah Frankel 

Gail Undergarment Co. 
1265 Broadway 

N.Y.C.,N.Y. 



TO: 

MARILYN 

FROM 

MR. NORMAN 
GAMSS 



Congratulations To 

6IGA 

FROM 

The Greenspan 
Family 



MAZEL TOV TO 
OUR DAUGHTER 

HELENE 

MOM, DAD 
ADELE AND 

LENNY 







P5 



Bubby and 
Zaddy Cohen 



Dr. & Mrs. Barry 
Hochdorf 



B 
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N 
D 
A 



George Moishe 

Brooklyn Museum 



Waldbaum's 



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TO MY NIECE 

JANET 

WETZER CLAMP 
CO., INC. 



■'tin nviTraii trna* 
I? nT nip* 'n 



i 



ijuj3/ 



RON 



HARVEY KIMMEL 

INC. 



ALEE 



MR. MORTON 
FUNK 



Congratulations 
To 



RIVKA 



FROM 

MOM, DAD 

SAMUEL 

DANIEL 

MAYER 



TEL. 645-6614 



SAM 
MUSIC 



ASH 
STORE 



MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 

SHEET MUSIC 

1101 KINGS HGWY 

"FAMOUS BRANDS AT 

BEST DISCOUNTS" 



MOM, DAD, AND JEANNIE 
FEIT FAMILY CIRCLE 
MR. & MRS. J. NUSSBAUM 
MR. & MRS. L. NUSSBAUM 

KULLER DRUG SHOP 




ISI 



SOKOLOW 



FROM 

ABBA 

IMMA 
MOSHE 
NECHAMA 
KRESH'S 

GROCERY 
1602— 62nd 

St. GARAGE 



CONGRATULATIONS 

TO 
LINDA RAFALOWICZ 

FRIMAN & STEIN, INC. 

54 WEST 47th STREET 

NEW YORK, N.Y. 



lo my 
granddaughter 

CHAVIECHAVIECHAVI 

ECHAVIECHAVIECHA 

VIECHAVIECHAVIECH 

AVIECHAV1ECHAVIE 

CHAVIECHAVIECHAV 

IECHAVIECHAVIECH 

AVIECHAVIECHAVIE 

CHAVIECHAVIECHAV 

IECHAVIECHAVIECHA 

VIECHAVIECHAVIECH 

AVIECHAVIECHAVIE 

CHAVIECHAVIECHAV 

IECHAVIECHAVIECHA 

VIECHAVIECHAVIECH 

AVIECHAVIECHAVIE 



CDrniw 



MOM 

DAD 

BEN MOSHE 



GOLDIE 



AARON 



BOOTS 

ROOFUS 

MUHSHKHIGHUL 



SHARON 

Isidore M. Goodman 




Tammy Blond: Bina & Vivienne Blond, Israel Meal Co. 

Dcbby Wcller: Oneg Take Home Foods, The MishkorTs, Mr. & Mrs. Oringcr, David Goldberger 



DR. ABRAHAM MANDELBAUM 



SHARON GOODMAN 





Lo our dear daughter and sister 

ZSTZZR 


n'pa"? 

KBK 
K3K 

101 ' 

nan 

TKD 

•p-Q 


We wish you many happy occasions. 
Each happier than the last, 
Continued good luck, 
And success unsurpassed. 

MOM DAD FAY CAROLYNE 



Louis and Tillie Fisch 



Debora Litenatsky Los Angeles, Cal. 
Frcyda Obermeister Tilrach, Israel 




PERELE 

MOMMY 
DADDY 

SHEINDIE 
MALKE 

DEBBY 



ELIZA 
GARFINKEL 

All-Write Insurance Service 



4905— 12 Avenue 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 

TR 1-1200 



HONEY 
SILBER 

from 

Martin Flomenhaff 

ATTORNEY 



RACHEL ZANZIPER 



MEHL TRIMMINGS 



ESTHER 

SCHWARTZ 

Mr. & Mrs. 

Mendy 
Schiowitz 



Ellen Ehrenreich: Mr. & Mrs. Boxer, Mr. & Mrs. Ehrenreich, Uncle Milty, Aunt Deanie, Jay, Irwin, Shimmie, 
Dassa Gerber: Antelis Pharmacy Inc., Jack Yarmish, Mr. & Mrs. Leon Gerber 



and Cheryl. 



PERELE 

upon her graduation 

KOSS 

and 
COMPANY 



1416 Avenue M 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 11230 

Stock Brokers and Dealers 
specializing in over-the- 
counter stocks. 

telephone 
336-8383 




Theodore S. Cinnamon 
Ltd. 

Religious Articles, Hebrew Books, Gifts. 

420 Jerusalem Ave. 

Hicksville,L.I.,N.y. 11801 

WE 5-7480 



JUDY FRIED 



MESHULEM 

BATYA 

SHULIE 



to Judy Borgcr: Sol & Kreindel Borger, Mr. & Mrs. H. Gi 



to 

SHARON 

GOODMAN 



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ODD 
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ooo 

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0Q0QDQ 

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QQQ 

OOO 

ooo 

OOO 



compliments of 



Qaw 



Scfcneebaum 



CAREN 



DAD MOM STEVEN 



SEAGREEN PAINTS AND 


WALLPAI 


'ER 


• 

LOIS 

Mom, Dad, Leonard, and Grandpa. 


to 

HEIDI 


optometrist 


Aunt Diane and Uncle Bob. 






Aunt Florence, Uncle Joe, Leba, Debbie, 


-13D WltT R 9 ? 


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Naava, Mariam, Judah, and Adina. 


i r\>r\ Tnxn 


O 


Aunt Tilly, Uncle Max, Larry, Steve, 


ifr?i oar ij. 




Howie, and Susan. 


CO 


Aunt Frieda, Uncle Abe, Gail, and 




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Roberta. 


love 


J5£ 




DADDY MOMMY 


• 


Aunt Paula, Uncle Julie, and Gloria. 




~^~-"" 1 




SARALEE ZALMAN 


• 1 


Aunt Rose and Uncle Ben. 


PAULA RENA 




DEVORAH 








HARMONY ! 




to ! 


i CARD ; 


to 




and j 


SURI SINGER 


CHIZ 

love i 


RECORD SHOP | 
! 117 Ave. U ! 
1 (Near E 12 St) 
| Brooklyn 




MOMMY 


NI 5-33 11 


from 


DADDY j 


Accessories 
! Paperback 


Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Fenster 


ABRAHAM 
MINIA 1 


J books 

1 Sheet Music j 


Mark and Cindy 


ZEV 


j Wedding & [ 
1 Social i 




ORA 


j Announcements 1 
Printed 1 



BOCKI 



Ellen Landau & Marsha Weiss 



Yermi 
Miriam 



Mommy 
Daddy 
Mindy 
Chayala 




Kelco Sportswear 

Mfg. Corp. 

15 West 18th Street 

New York, N.Y. 

10011 



INDY 



Nana & Philip 



7 

MOM 


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5* 

I NCLE IZZY 


DAD 










AUNT BEVERLY 


HOWARD 










RON I 


GAIL 










HARVEY 


MICHAEL 










UNCLE AARON 


IA1 


\l NT EVELYN 


EL 


.EN 


MARK 


AUNT JOSEPHINE 



BETH STRIZOWER 
MRK MEATS INC. 



a.zs. il<, an. 

IXLCl KQUL 

max itc* 
CCij OrXffli 1L1L 
CLCU IL^UU 
<ULU 




FRANCINE 

Mr. & Mrs. Reuben 
Bergstein 



Mauzone Home Kosher Produces Inc.; Bella's Corset Shop; Studio Florist; Mr. & Mrs. David Jacobs & Family; Tip Top Com 



ly; Tip Top Company; Tiniex Yarn Co. 



RORI 

from her parents 

Mr. & Mrs. Cass i re r 

Zeidy 

Kenny Zitta Bob) 



ADELE 

Supreme Realty Corp. 

Uncle Sam, Tante 
Cynthia, & Menachem 

Uncle Leibish, Tanle 
Rachel, Itchie&Suri 

Daddy. Mommy, Allen. 
Gilty, & Mimi 



Jean's Exquisite Jewels 

Ltd. 

1476 Coney Island Ave. 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 11230 

Open Sundays 

252-4885 



PEGGY 

good luck in all your 
future endeavors 

love 

Uncle Sol 

Aunt Susan 

Paula 

Jeffrey 



BOCKI 

Rabbi & Mrs. David 

Indich 

Cincinatti, Ohio 



Al's Self Service 

Fancy Fruits 

and Vegetables 

5111 Church 

Avenue 

346-5533 




Anna Finkelstein . 

DAD MOM JENNY 



Greetings to 

Honey Silber 

Excellent Knitting Mills 



to 

BATSHEVA COHEN 

MOM DAD DAVID 



Madelaine Cleaners & Tailors; Jaflee-Bulcher; Mr. & Mrs. D. Housman; Boro Fuel Oil Inc.; Bella Weiscnberg; Mrs. Sophie Markfieid; A friend. 



MRS. AARON FEDER TO 



SARALEE RUBIN: WEINOARTEN'S GLATT KOSHER BUTCHER, MR. SAMUEL LEWKOWICS 



suns et 
farms 

fresh jersey eggs 
wholesale & retail 

home delivery 

731 fountain ave. 
brooklyn, n.y. 



to our niece 



congratulations 
to our niece 



T0BY trail 

\iiiit Leona, W\ WU ■ B 



Uncle Sam 
Toby and Mark 




ESTHER 



love 



Dr. & Mrs. Stanley Charnoff 
Shelly, Nina, Judah, Adam 



Mr. & 

Mrs. C. 

Klughaupt 

Mr. & Mrs. 
M. Tager 



from 

Mr. & Mrs. L. 

Blau 

and son 



MRS. IRA GREENBAUM TO R!VKY MONHEIT: COURTESY CLEANERS, THE BLASS MAUZONE HOME KOSHER PRODUCTS 



TO ELKIE EHRENREICH: THE DUBIN FAMILY IN MEMORY OF MRS. SADIE KATZ SIEGFRIED. 
MR. & MRS. PAR1SER MR. MAX FINK 



Best wishes to 



L 



from 



Mr. Abe Rosenblum 



CLAIRE 

MOMMY, DADDY 
GRANDMA 



Palace 
Caterers 

1906 Avenue M 
Brooklyn. N.Y. 
DEwey 9-2650 



Best wishes to 



16 E. 34lh St. 
New York City 



m 



ROBERTA 

on her graduation 

Mommy, 

Daddy, 

Charles, 

Debra E. 



To our niece 



Everyday is salesday at 

IRENE'S LINGERIE SANDRA 






5105 NOSTRAD AVENUE 
BROOKLYN, N.Y. 11210 



Uncle Israel 

Aunt Hella 
Hilda 



JAY DEE IMPORTS INC. 



HI 



MOM 

& 
DAD 



TO OUR NIECE 



JAT2ES 



Mr. & Mrs. Lothar Seewald 
Mr. & Mrs. Hans Seewald 



TO GITA: NAYMAN FAMILY. DR. MATTIS YELLIN AMSCO SCHOOL PUBLICATIONS THE PIRATE'S CHEST, L & F 
FARMS SYON PACKING COMPANY 



MAZEL TOV 

B 
E 
T 
H 

MOM DAD 

Howard Jonathan 

Laurence 

Dr. & Mrs. Stanley 

Charnoff 



Best Wishes to 



Sara M. Kutner 
Hochberg Bros. 



HONEY SILBER 

J & S KTG. MILLS 
J & S KTG MILLS 
J & S KTG. MILLS 
J & S KTG. MILLS 
J & S KTG. MILLS 
J & S KTG. MILLS 
J & S KTG. MILLS 



to our darling 



DEBBY 



MOMMY DADDY 
BUBBY 



ELIZA GARFINKEL 

S. REICHMAN, GLATT KOSHER BUTCHER 

BORO FUEL OIL CO. 

WALDBAUM'S 

LEFKOWITZ BROS. GROCERY 



F 
A 
M 
I 

L 
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BATSHEVA 



best wishes to 

OUR BELOVED DAUGHTER 

JUDYFRIED 

mommy & daddy 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 

ALICE R. ZUCKERBROT 

GRANDMOTHER 

MOTHER 

DAD 

BROTHER 

AUNTS & UNCLES 



Beth Cohen: Abbey Beauty Supply 



Inc.. Lowen's Bake Shop, Roberta Nemhouser, Chas. Tellers Phar 



macy, Voo Doo Doll Limited Hairstylists. 



SUSAN SEEMAN 

From her Parents 

Hershy Mr. & Ml'S. Seeman UncleAlex 

Uncle Shlomo and Aunt Hazel 



SARA MALKA 



MAZEL TOV AND HATZLACHA 

LOVE 

Mommy Daddy Sander Chava Perel 

Mr. & Mrs. Maurice Katz 

Mrs. Harry Kutner 

Mr. & Mrs. Joshua Mermelstein 



TO OUR DAUGHTER and SISTER 

LINDA DAVIDOWITZ 

From Her Parents and Brother 



Best of Luck 



MINDYYYYYYYYYYYYYY 
YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY 

AUNT SARA & UNCLE SAM KATZ 



J. Z. Sales Corporation 

235 Express Street 
Plainview, N.Y. 



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SCHNEIDER MFG. CORP. 
SCHNEIDER MFG. CORP. 
SCHNEIDER MFG. CORP. 
SCHNEIDER MFG. CORP. 

315 LINDEN ST. 
ALLENTOWN, PENN. 



Mr. & Mrs. 
David Herman 



Helene Alter: North Star Hat Frame Corp., Mr. & Mrs. M. Hauser, Mr. & Mrs. S. Deutsch. Mr. & Mrs. Mike Jacob. Mr. & Mrs. A. Wrubel. 



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Insurance — Funds 

III John St., N.Y., N.Y. 




Farmfood Restaurants 

. 142 West 49th St. 

261 West 35th St. 

The meeting place for 

Yeshiva boys & girls for 

over 30 years. Come & see 

who's with who every 

Saturday night. 



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Grandma & Grandpa Mr. & Mrs. J. Yudin 

Evelyn, Abe and Family M r. & Mrs. M. Thum 

Benjy, Shevi, and Nisanel Mr. & Mrs. G. Strassler 



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Mom, Dad and Arlene Mr. Isaac Florr 

Helen and Meir Mr. Brauman 

Mr. Gross 

Parkside Plaza 



J DEVORAH 

Mom, Dad Gitty & Shmuel 

Chummy, Yaakov & Family 
Mr. & Mrs. M. London & Sons 



Daddy, Mommy and Sara 
Uncle Simcha, Aunt Mina 
and Rachel 

MIRIAM 

Uncle Nachman, Aunt Esther 

and Family 
Uncle Ephraim, Aunt Lula, 

and Family 
and Friends 



ROBERTA 



Mr. Herman 



Graulech 



Congratulations 



GITA 

Mr. & Mrs. I. Meth 
and Sons 



ELKIE 

From 

Mr. & Mrs. M. 
Kimmel 



ELDRIDGE 

TEXTILE 

COMPANY 



277 GRAND ST. 



NEW YORK, NY. 



TO HELENE ALTER: MR. AND MRS. SANDORFY & FAMILY MR. & MRS. ALTER & FAMILY CARMEL CLEANERS & TAILORS 



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MOM 
DAD 



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BETTY 
MIRIAM 



To Our Daughter 



JEANNIE 



DAD, MOM 
and 
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Mom 

Dad 

Susanna 

Harry 



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Manufacturers of Fine Grade Outerwear 

144 Spencer St. 
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TO HELENE ROKEACH ■>« m I iND LENNY CLEAR-VIEW OPTICIANS 

fOALICl ZUCKERBROl ESTROFI SONS SHERRY FABRICS 1426 Elm Ave. opp. High School 






Mr. & Mrs. H. Bessin & Family 



lo our niece and cousin 

RIVKA GREENBERG 

TANTE LEE & UNCLE ABE RUDENSKY & COUSINS 



to my granddaughter 

RIVKA GREENBERG 
BUBBY GREENBERG 




ADELE MLYNARSKI 

Chaim & Chani Kofman Mendy, Moishe Leah'le 



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Guttman 

Armin Poly 

Film Corp. 

301 West Side Ave. 

Jersey City, N.J. 



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Drillick 

Wechter 

Fuel Oil Co. Inc. 

453 New Lots 

Ave. 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 

heartiest felicitations 
to 

Eliza 
Garfinkel 

upon reaching this 
milestone in her life 

The Rubenstein Co. 

Insurance 

1019 E. 81 St. 

Brooklyn 36, N.Y. 

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is your 1969 

YEARBOOK 

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SURI SINGER 

MOM DAD PESSI 

ELI HOWARD 

MR. & MRS. JOSEPH 

ROSENZWEIG 



Aunt Toby 
Uncle Joe 
Uncle Cleo 



the 
ZELINGER 

family 



ZIPPORAH 

and 
her 
fellow 
graduates 



Zaidie 

Bobby 

Daddy 

Mommy 

Zvi 

Chanie 

Frimie 

Bracha 



Sharon 

Zelinger 

Mr. & Mrs. 

Hyman Schiowitz 



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From 

Mr. & 

Mrs. 

Irving 

Posen 

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Judith 

David 

& 
Dena 



TO RACHEL 

best wishesfq 



TOBY 
POSNER . 




IRIS 

Love 
Brenda 



BARB, 



Mr. & Mrs. Sol 
Zev, Esther 



Mazel Tov To 

DASSA 

om cousin 

Joe Pollack 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 



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from 

MODERN CHEMICAL 
RESEARCH, INC. 

70 Dodd Street, E. Orange, New Jersey 07017 



WE ARE 

VERY 

PROUD 

OF OUR 

SHULAMI 

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LOTS OF 
LUCK TO 
ALL OF 
THEM 






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MOM DAD SMIKO MR. & MRS. POLLACK TIBI JUDY 



TO OUR NIECE 

SANDRA 

Uncle Moses 

Aunt Regina 

Joseph & Lyba 



To Our Daughter 



TO OUR DEAR 
DAUGHTER 

ANNA 

Mr. &Mrs.N. 
Fortgang 


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Mr. & Mrs. Hyman 
Schiowitz 




To Our Daughter 


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Shoe 


JUDY 
BORGER 


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MOMMY 


5023 Church Ave. 
Corner E. 51 St. 


& 


Brooklyn, N.Y. 


DADDY 


Red Cross 
Child Life 



To My Granddaughter 

BARBARA 

Mr. Isadore Kieulowitz 



CONGRATULATIONS TO 



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FAMILIES 



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Daddy 



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ESTHER SHMAYIE 



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world are 
blessed 
with true 
uncorrupted 
goodness 




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Daddy 



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FRANCINE 

MOM 
DAD 
SISTERS 
BROTHERS 



MOM 
DAD 
BARRY 
HOWARD 



May G-d gram you health, success and long life 



SANDRA I RIVKA 



MOM DAD 



CELINA 



wishes for a successfu 



Uncle Lazar 
Uncle Moshe 



& Aunt Marsha 
& Aunt Libby 




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Bronx, N.Y. 

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from 

Mr. Jacob Korf 



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love 

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SENIOR DIRECTORY 



H E LEN E A LTE R 2245 E. 1 9th Street 743- 1 587 
JUDI BERGSTEIN 1 10 E. 39th Street PR-361 58 
TAMMY BLOND 1 14 Albermarle Road GE-56344 
JUDY BORGER 31 E. 56th Street DI-65 107 
AURORA CASSIRER 1 12253rd Street GE-66019 
BETH COHEN 201 E. 39th Street 462-9228 
DEENA COHEN 40 E. 55lh Street PR-44317 
TEDDY CULANG2475E. 1 lth Street 891-2282 
ROBIN DAIELL 4 Br. 10 Court 769-7812; 769-8069 
LINDA DAVIDOWITZ 300 Wortman Avenue BR-27555 
GISELLE DERSHOWITZ 2928 E. 5th Street 449-3740 
GLORIA DEUTSCH 133649th Street TR-14577 
SUSHIE DRILLICK 1403 E. 5th Street 376-0843 
BARBARA EGERT 230 E. 92nd Street EV-59065 
ELLEN EHRENREICH 458 Neptune Avenue 266-4521 
BRENDA FEIT 485 Empire Blvd. IN-73278 
RUTH FELDMAN 4815 15th Avenue 494-9787 
ETTA FELMAN 521 Argyle Road 693-8945 
ANNA FINKELSTEIN 2748 Br. 8th Street 769-6674 
EVA FINKELSTEIN 210Caton Avenue TR 1-6967 
LUCY FIXLER 201 Crown Street 774-2780 
ANNA FORTGANG 524 New Lots Avenue CL-74022 
SHARON FRANKEL 1889 47th Street GE-65444 
SHYNDEL FREIBERG 941 Ashforl Street 
RUTH FRESCHL 1161 E. 12th Street CL-22215 
MONA FREUND 2019 E. 9th Street DE-66996 
JUDY FRIED 1645 59th Street 331-4282 
ELLEN FRIEDMAN 4802 18th Avenue TR-1-0002 
PEGGY FRIEDMAN 758 Rutland Road 467-8664 
FLORENCE FROMMER749 Remsen Avenue DI-6-1736 
ELIZA GARFINKEL 1761 46th Street 435-6519 
LINDA GELBFISH 3748 Oceanic Avenue CO-65055 
DASSA GERBER 215 E. 54th Street DI-57998 
ESTHER GOLDMAN 4504 15th Street GE-65834 
SHARON GOODMAN 884 E. 54th Street RN-35958 
RIVKA GREENBERG 1 195 E. 14th Street CL-84940 
CLAIRE GROYER 1570 E. 10th Street 998-7565 
SUSAN GUTTMAN 858 46th Street UL 4-581 1 
EVELYN GUTWEIN 1247 E. 55th Street 444-8344 
MIRIAM HALBERSTAM 1325 55th Street UL-1 8684 
HEIDI HALPERN 1531 50th Street UL-1 9773 
PERELE HANDLER 172647th Street TR-11224 
RUTH HARTSTEIN 5721 1 lth Avenue 853-8912 
SANDRA HOCHNER 2064 Nostrand Avenue GE-4561 8 
BARBARA 1NDICH5713 1 lth Avenue TR-16856 
CHAVY INSEL 1557 46th Street UL-46945 
ROSE JACOB 2013 E. 8th Street 336-4798 
SUSAN JACOBOWITZ 5018 14th Avenue UL-45043 
TOBY JAVITZ 1052 Winthrop Street HY-67 180 
MINDY KERSHENBAUM 548 Linden Blvd. UL-66922 
NOGA KERSTEIN 512 Avenue F 871-0478 
DENA KREIGER 2940 Ocean P'Kway 996-1 194 
RIVKA BROWN 71 Hashomer Street Block 4 Apt. 9 
Bnai Brak, ISRAEL 



IRIS KRULER 81 E. 42nd Street 773-4522 
BATYA KRUPNIK 1724 52nd Street TR-19785 
SHELLY KURZMANN 636 E. 8 1st Street RN-39658 
SARA M. KUTNER 1456 47th Street 
ROBERTA MARCUS 856 Eastern Pkwy PR-80096 
JEANNIE MARMOR 8676 20th Avenue HI-94460 
SHERRY MARON 4212 Surf Avenue 449-51 13 
FRANCINE MERMELSTEIN 2055 77th Street Be-22440 
GITA MIODOWNIK 2022 80th Street 256-6220 
ADELE MLYNARSKI 1333 55th Street UL-16246 
RIVKY MONHEIT 1014 East New York Avenue PR-17991 
SYLVIA NEUMAN 1170 E. 8th Street 338-0095 
ROSE PACK 1947 Ocean Avenue CL-87018 
CHARLOTTE PARISER 2044 73rd Street CL-62062 
SHULAMIS POPACK 230 E. 54th Street 346-3383 
ORA POSEN 71 Beaumont Street NI-85801 
TOBY POSNER734 Montgomery Street PR-41923 
LINDA RAFALOWICZ 1917 E. 7th Street 336-3602 
JOANY ROER 1315 E. 52nd Street 696-0417 
ESTHER ROITER 1530 52nd Street UL-18890 
HELENE ROKEACH 50001 1 lth Avenue GE-65I57 
DEVORAH ROSENMAN 1364 E. 19th Street 998-7477 
CLAIRE ROTTER 1359 52nd Street 633-6031 
SARALEE RUBIN 1745 E. 18th Street 375-6426 
CARYN SCHUMSK Y 291 2 Neptune Avenue ES-2326 1 
ESTHER SCHWARTZ 1628 54 Street 232-0827 
SUSAN SEEMAN 1502 52nd Street 851-6292 
JANET SEEWALD 263 Eastern Pkwy 941-4480 
HONEY SILBER 1406 E. 21st Street CL-86695 
SURI SINGER 1245 E. 19th Street 252-4128 
ZIPPY SOKOLOW 1619 54th Street 851-8165 
SANDY SPRINGER 1429 56th Street 851-6612 
MIRIAM STEGER 1212 Avenue L 252-7944 
CELINA STEINBERGER 1449 56th Street 851-8017 
BETH STRIZOWER 105-37 Flatlands 7th Street HI-45600 
SARI SULTAN 3100 Ocean Pkwy ES-34174 
GAIL WALKENFELD 173947th Street UL-35620 
LOIS WASSNER 1169 E. 7th Street 338-9407 
NECHAMA WECHSLER 1534 48th Street 
JUDY WEINREB 1664 53rd Street UL-17093 
ZIPPORAH WEINREB 1735 49th Street 871-8653 
DEBBIE WELLER 4611 12th Avenue UL-33735 
MARILYN WERMUTH 1568 43rd Street GE-67493 
DEBBY WIENER 731 Troy Avenue467-1487 
HINDY WIESNER 1442 50th Street 851-9855 
TZIPPY YUDIN 367 Crown Street SL-60362 
RACHEL ZANZIPER 870 East New York Avenue I N-759 5 
SHEILA ZEISEL 1746. 53rd Street UL-39281 
SHARON ZELINGER 5319 19th Avenue 252-1 135 
ALICE ZUCKERBROT 101 LerTerts Avenue IN-97614 
DEBBIE WERDIGER 9 Springfield Avenue; E. Saint Kilda: 

Melbourne, Victoria 3183 AUSTRALIA 
ESTHER ZELIGSOHN 1 137 E. 85th Street CH 1-4207 




Some days seem so very much alike. 




You rush onto your bus or train, for school 




and wake it from its night's sleep to the hustle and bustle of the stairways. 




to the maddening noise in the locker rooms. 




You daven and then you take 
your seat. And like most morn- 
ings you just don't feel like 
learning. But there's the book 
staring you in the face and the 
teacher already ten sentences 
ahead of you. Sometimes all 
you really care about is when 
the bell will ring. So you stare 
at the floor or watch the trains 
go by. But then comes the day 
when you might go a whee bit 
off the topic and discuss some- 
thing that really makes you 
think. 





Geometry and physics, history and chem. And then there's G-d. It seems the more you delve, the 
more you know you don't know. 




Lunch. Undoubtably the 
best period of the day. You 
see your friends, you break 
your diet, you do some 
homework, and if you're in a 
crazy mood you act a little 
crazy. Tuna fish sand- 
wiches and coke, or maybe 
Pizza and Fallafel; the best 
thing that's happened to you 
in a longtime. 




Directors: Brenda Feit 


Perele Handler 


Helen Keller. . . . 


Zippy Weinreb 


Annie Sullivan 


Lucy Fixler 


Mrs. Keller . - . 


Ellen Friedman ' 


Mr. Keller 


Mimi Halberstam 




Ora Posen 

Heidi Halpern | 


Aunt Ev 


Vinny 


. Suri Singer j 


Anagnos 


Zippy Sokolow j 


Percy 


Chiz Dershowitz 


Doctor 


. Toby Posner 


Children 


Tammy Blond 




Roberta Marcus 




Caren Schumsky 




Esther Schwartz 




Beth Strizower 




Gail Walkenfeld | 






MIRACLE 
WORKER 



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To say that our Chanuka Chagiga was 
superb, is nol saying enough. Il was ours. 
Il was Senior '69. We never Ihought it 
would come lo be, bul when it did it was 
all too fast. Rabbi Berenholz spoke. Ev- 
eryone ate. Our performances were strong 
and sensitive. Our Chanuka Chagiga was 
a hit. Sorlofa miracle you might say. 





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j I Directors: Chavie Insel, 

■F I Zipporah Weinreb 

^J II Mr. March Dina Oratz 

I Mrs. March Debbie Werdiger 

Jo Aviva Hershkovics 

Beth Eliza Garfinkel 

I Meg Brenda Gans 

^11 Amy Nina Ackerman 

^^|| I Aunt March Suzie Mappa 

Laurie Shulamis Filler 

Brooke Sheila Weiss 

I Mr. Lawrence Ellen Bernstein 

I Hannah Toby Briks 

Prof. Bhaer Helene Garmise 





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This is how 1 see her. This is how I act. 
Directors focus pictures; characters 
brought to life. I never saw belter act- 
ing, or belter products from harder 
labor in any other Purim Operelta. To 
have missed il was to have missed out 
on a dream. 



Competitive Assembly 




Times passes quickly through hands of the 

young 
Aging the heart and the mind 
And laughter in the wind 
Will blow through autumn leaves 
And echo softly 
Seniors 

Mirrors of lifetime reflect days of past 

Image of three years gone by 

The world of yesterday 

Melts into every day 

Molding 

A Senior 

Light flickers dimly on stories untold 

Shadows of work dance in time 

And letters of Torah 

Will blend all into one 

In minds of 

Seniors 

Pour all our dreams into pitchers of gold 

Secrets of future to keep 

One day our young will drink 

The waters of our past 

To taste the days of 

Seniors 



Big Sister-Little Sister Assembly 



Like glistening diamonds 

Like sparkling skies 

A little bit of laughter 

A little taste of the good times 




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When that bell rings at 5:00, everyone 
is out before you can even gather your 
books. Even the teachers are rarin' to 
go. They're usually the first ones out. 






You're rushing back down the halls, to your locker on to your bus and 



your bus and trains. 



Source of our hope— Torah 
Symbol of strength — Emunah 
Mighty are the poor— Tzidakah 
Inspiration of us all. 

Our voices, echoing, ring through the air 
Filling our hearts Tor many a year 
Toiling as brothers we'll work hand in hand 
Watching a desert bloom in our promised land 
And where we live now Torah has flourished 
Central stands tall for minds it has nourished 
Rabot Banot Osooh Chayil 
Veat alit al Kutonah. 
Central High— a fire's spark, 
A lii.ming torch to light the dark. 
Like morning dew, a flower refreshing 
Central and Torah— a golden blessing. 




But you stop this once to take a good look at the school, a really good look. 




because you know that the next time you come back